Crying In The Rain

Crying in the Rain …

Crying In The Rain

On rain drenched streets

where strikes of lightning come to play

shadows wrestle in the night

 

As daylight cries in tepid pain

erasing all which light has brought

in abruptly passive pleasure

 

Clouds possessing misty reign

sweep through heedless skies

rolling upon indulgent craving greed

 

As barely lit inclining dark

bears that searing soaring serenity

that only pattering rain can bring

 

Deeply inside one roving mind

heart wrenching tears fall

while painful rain pounds evasive pavement

 

Glaring eyes of evaporating reason

pour outside those which wrap within

as one minuscule child cries in the rain

Donald Loudon

Donald Loudon

Cashier at Walmart
I have been writing since 1967, basically as an emotional release, but in the last few years I have become interested in creation of forms as well as being socially accepted by my peers.

So, here I am. Relate to me, please!
Donald Loudon
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Donald Loudon

I have been writing since 1967, basically as an emotional release, but in the last few years I have become interested in creation of forms as well as being socially accepted by my peers. So, here I am. Relate to me, please!

2 thoughts on “Crying In The Rain

    • February 26, 2018 at 2:43 PM
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      Thank you very much, Phyllis. So many visions in my head coming together to play, resulted in this very poignant look at a very young person, so very alone, crying their heart out in the cascading vigilance of pouring rain.

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