‘Rain’

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His first rain,
From a little scrawny window,
Droplets pattering and dew forming,
His first thought is a big spit or too much sweat.
His second rain,
Through open gates And-he-could- crawl- cross-fall 
Above those big bouncy raindrops,
Stripped in straps he looks-
At The kids dancing,
He feels his heart sighing and shunning
The remorse- and skipping with the drops falling.

Hello guys this is Kunjal! This poem presents a little contrast about sorrow and happiness. To dance in the first rain or just feel its beat as a kid is a reflective thought.๐Ÿ˜ƒ.

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What is your pro and con for rain?

Also written for the W3 prompt#7

~DuoDisseminators

30 thoughts on “‘Rain’

  1. Kunjal,

    Sarah has selected you as this week’s Poet of the Week for W3, which means that this poem of yours will be our Poem of the Week! Congratulations!

    Could you please send me 1 or 2 guidelines for this week’s prompt as soon as possible (preferably in the next day or two)?

    Thanks!
    David

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  2. Hi, Kunjal! As you can see from David’s message, I’ve chosen you for the next Poet of the Week! Congratulations! I really enjoyed how you created a strong contrast of emotions through the child’s eyes. My favorite images were his heart “shunning the remorse” and “And-he-could- crawl- cross-fall/Above those big bouncy raindrops”! Looking forward to next week’s prompt. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. THIS IS BEAUTIFUL ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿฅบ i LOVE all the emotions and various feelings you’ve added into the poem and omggg THE CROSS BETWEEN HAPPINESS AND SORROW????? I AM BASICALLY IN LOVE WITH THIS

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