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Whispers in The Rain

A table with books of poetry for sale.

She called out whispers in the rain,

But only heard a solemn cry.

Alone in the midst of darkness,

I heard a humble sigh.

I wondered what I could do for her,

I wandered through trials and burdens too.

I knew I was looking to hard,

I wondered if she knew it too.

So silent little whispers were said,

A little just like a gentle stream.

Just like moments of past,

When we sat there eating ice cream.

So now in the meadows of silence,

We lift up our hands to the skies.

We hush a silent whispers to the rain,

Until the morning becomes nigh.

So candlelit whispers in the rain,

Fall down over me today.

I call out for you tonight in my bed,

Please join me as I dance away.

Whispers in the rain.


  • Author: Marianne Trox
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