Let’s Dance in the Rain

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Poem number 2 NaPoWriMo

Let’s dance in the rain

and cleanse our spirits.

Dance as the rain.

comes pouring down.

 

Let’s dance in the rain,

turning all of our frowns,

upside down, smiling brightly,

filling the gray skies with a silver sheen.

 

Let’s dance in the rain,

like barefoot children,

laughing at the raindrops

and splashing in mud puddles.

 

Let’s dance in the rain,

no umbrellas over our heads,

no raincoats or boots

just bare feet able to dance free..

 

Let’s dance in the rain,

carefree and happy,

remembering the simple joy –

like a long forgotten toy.

 

Let’s dance in the rain,

with no one telling us no,

watching the curtain of rain,

closing all around us.

 

Let’s dance in the rain,

nothing could be more delightful,

than the sweet scented  spring rain –

that makes everything glisten.

 

Let’s dance in the rain,

any kind of dance,

twirling about in dizzy rapture –

as the rain falls down.

 

Let’s dance in the rain,

nothing could be more delightful,

careful not to trample the spring flowers,

as the raindrops splash upon us –

until the rainbow stretches across the sky.

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About Rasma R

I live in Riga, Latvia. I was born in N.Y.C. Love to write articles and poetry. Instruct people in the English language. Live in the suburbs with my husband Martin and my wonderful cat Sid. I love rock and roll, cooking, reading, poetry and traveling.
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5 Responses to Let’s Dance in the Rain

  1. Rain is a life-giving blessing. I always welcome it, and should dance in it more often.

  2. samba2017 says:

    What a lovely, free and exhilerating poem! Thanks for sharing! I have just started a poetry blog here on WordPress and today’s poem is about Spring showers in case you have time to look? Happy Wednesday! Sam 🙂

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