Rain

Poem By Alice Baudoin

It rains, the love flames have passed away
And poplars are dolefully leaning
Memories, like spirits, are carrying
Void hearts through the desolation bay

It rains, a rain alike tears stream
That washes veins, dilutes in my blood,
This ardent passion, its flower bud,
Pouring it into a languid dream

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sadness does rule this planet only few seconds are happiness and I keep looking for those seconds...cheers


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