Rain Sends Dripping by Gareth Lee | Krazed Writers

Rain Sends Dripping

Purity comes in the form of rain,
Come to cleanse the soul again.
Ripen fruit shall grow a bloom,
Give or take a tear or two.
Enough harvest for me and you,
The leaves in the autumn wind float on by.
Then we gaze up at the moon-lit sky,
The night shade’s a crimson,
Glowing among the fireflies, a single spark.

The rain sends dripping a clarity so clear,
Like a purity on my skin, to remove the sin.
Like a vision to see where my ends begin,
Stretched like rubber, in wearing thin.

The gods deliver their wisdom
To help wash away this pain.
Lips choke the ventriloquism
As we receive the baptism.
So again we’re accepted into his kingdom,
Forgive us our sins and grant me peace.
Free us from this torment,
Show us this release.

The rain sends dripping a clarity so clear,
Like a purity on my skin, to remove the sin.
Like a vision to see where my ends begin,
Stretched like rubber, in wearing thin.

We’re drenched to the bone by acid rain,
Dripping scenes of pain again.
This fruit is devoured,
On our harvest you showered,
Rain falls like a hex.
Can anyone tell me what comes next?
Why is our life so complex?

– Gareth Lee

Follow us on social media