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just a poem, somewhat therapeutic. nothing special. inspired to me during a rain shower last week.
i guess im not too sure if the ending makes much sense, but i guess that's alright. not everything has to make sense in life.
Dreaming in the Rain
I as if Iím dreaming,
Dancing in the rain; we were soaking.
Our yellow sun rolls under heavy clouds,
We were dancing in the rain together.
It started with a trickle;
Gray clouds let their load come
It turned into a downpour;
We were soaking up this rain
Held under those heavy rain clouds.
We tasted the rain
On our lips.
It tasted good.
It tasted good.
It tasted so good
The time passes us slowly,
We laugh and splash each other
While dancing in the rain.
I find myself all alone,
Trapped under my covers.
It was nothing.
We were nothing.
Just a dream that I dreamt.
Pulling back the curtains
My windowed world, now,
Speckled in raindrops.
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