I AM RAIN

I seem to fall from heaven

As if to rise no more;

But I do.

 

Thunder announces my falling,

Lightning lights my way;

My coming is forever,

My going plus a day.

 

I bring life to the dormant;

I carry away decay

And most folk tend to get angry

If I dare for another day to stay.

 

Stop me if you can,

Control me if you dare

But never get overconfident

My way out is always there.

I’m omnipotent,

I’m omnipresent;

I’m a sower and a reaper;

I’m a grower and a destroyer.

 

I am rain,

One drop or two;

Hundreds or thousands

Multiplied by two’s,

One thing is sure,

I outnumber you.

 

RAIN

BY

Sammie L. Carter

Copyright 4\12\1978, 5:15 a.m.

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~ by Sam373'sBlog on November 29, 2010.

9 Responses to “I AM RAIN”

  1. powerful piece…

    you write well,
    Thanks for sharing!
    🙂

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  2. this one deserves a great word. best!

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  3. niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! I LIKE! THANKS FOR SHARING 🙂
    http://lynnaima.wordpress.com/2010/11/30/happy-14-15-misery/

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  4. Rain personified! Rain will be pleased to read this poem. You portrayed it beautifully, in its truest picture.

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  5. this is truly splendid sam. you portrayed rain with utmost perfection and beauty. enjoyed the poem to the core.

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  6. The Art Of War…

    …A post I read a while ago over at…

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  7. Glad to see you link in…
    your kindness is priceless…

    A++

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  8. “Stop me if you can, Control me if you dare” 🙂

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  9. What i find difficult is to find a blog that can capture me for a minute but i think you offer something different. Bravo.

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