Rained upon this sultry world.
Singing simplistic jubilation
The flowers’-limbs unfurled.
Sunlit icons blazed with gold
Upon the green-clad lawn.
That vernal rain was unforetold
And magical that morn.
Lilac and mauve were the raindrops
Upon a setting of forest-green.
Shimmering with pristine vitality
Was the lavender-tinted rain.
Pride bloomed on the clouds’ cheeks
In a rosy colour called ‘bow’.
Feathered emotion curved in streaks
With a wingspan of high to low.
And rain washed down to country creeks,
In silvery runnels of dew.
That teary shower has been ended for weeks
But I’ll ever remember you.