When the dark clouds rushed through the skies
Concealing the sun's radiant light
A profound gloom begins to haunt me
And creeps through this body.
 

And so I hear the Rain of June
Slowly dropping, soon fast pouring
Its hurried and heavy drops stings
So agony it brings.


 

With a tinge of pain, I could recall
Times when the raging rain blurred my way
And fear, grief, pain throbbed with in
For no compassionate soul cared that i'm cold and shivering.


 

A hard lesson but learned at last
That the Rain of June must fall down, sometimes, somehow
After all, the sun will shine with its gleaming light above
To give hope to a disheartened heart~


 

That God gives rain and He gives light.
 
 

Copyright ©2002 Alice C. Inocencio 


                 


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"Stealing"
David Foster
 

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"Yes or No"
by:
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(British, 1829-1896) 
 

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