It’s Raining

Drip drop, drip drop.
It’s raining. It’s pouring.
No complaints here.

Drip drop, drip drop.
Rain you’re welcome any time.
There’s never a dull moment.

Drip drop, drip drop.
Although there may be thunder
Although there may be lightning.
You’re welcome.

Drip drop, drip drop.
So much fun to dance in the rain.
Drenched from head to toe.
It’s okay…

Drip drop, drip drop.
You see, without you,
Everything is at a stand still.

Drip drop, drip drop.
The trees are able to grow.
You quench our thirst.

Drip drop, drip drop.
It’s raining, it’s pouring.
A sign of change.


Jeanette Telusma

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It’s Raining

Drip drop, drip drop.
It’s raining. It’s pouring.
No complaints here.

Drip drop, drip drop.
Rain you’re welcome any time.
There’s never a dull moment.

Drip drop, drip drop.
Although there may be thunder
Although there may be lightning.
You’re welcome.

Drip drop, drip drop.
So much fun to dance in the rain.
Drenched from head to toe.
It’s okay…

Drip drop, drip drop.
You see, without you,
Everything is at a stand still.

Drip drop, drip drop.
The trees are able to grow.
You quench our thirst.

Drip drop, drip drop.
It’s raining, it’s pouring.
A sign of change.


Jeanette Telusma

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

Caught in the Rain

My dream was finally becoming a reality
Without having to plan it.
The perfect opportunity was present.
I looked up and opened my arms.
It was raining hard.
A dream come true.
My hair was perfect.
Dressed for an outing.
Crossed body purse and all.
It rained as if there was no tomorrow.
Such a joy, a moment filled with peace.
A needed refresher to my soul.
I walked a mile and back.
No need to rush.
This was my moment to smell the roses.
This was a personal moment between me and God.
I envisioned He was there with me.
It was a wonderful time to let go
Of any cumbersome thing.
That day I felt as an eagle soaring high.
Breaking through what holds the mind takes courage.
What an exhilarating feeling it was?
I promise myself this would not be my last.
Jeanette Telusma