DANCE IN THE RAIN.
She is heavy with children, so they chant
She announces her arrival, they wear pant.
She darkens the view, they close window.
She emerged in full, happiness for the meadow.
The heavy beat on the zinc,
Di di di di di, as some sink.
Basins and bowls are out to receive
Showers of blessings as we perceive.
Goats bleat for shelter,
As some run helter shelter.
Homeless chickens I pity
Their shivering bought my pity.
The busy streets turned grave.
Oh! see erosion like ocean wave.
Who dares buy and sell in her reign,
But all in all, Jesus reigns.
The lightening and thunder hover,
Oh, let my enemies die by thunder.
The heavy downpour slowly fade,
He who comes shall surely away fade.
The little ones with pants seize the day
Ring a ring oh Rose they play.
The streets resume their duty,
Some to spray and some to tidy.
A blessing to farmers,
An encumbrance to drivers.
We are never thankful of life,
But I know such is life.
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