The Rain Dance


I enjoy teasing them every once in a while,
Tarry a little, take my time;
And when they frown in annoyance, or offer to dance,
Throw a dime,
Or sing a few lines;
Curse me under the breath,
While swearing allegiance unto death,
A smile creases my pregnant lips.

Like their children who get the best of their love
I shower them with mine
In due course of time;
And the thirsty earth
My soul mate for life
Dons his lushest best
No doubt impressed,
By his lover’s wild romance!

As I go tumbling down
Over roof tops and chimneys
Dusty roads and dirty alleys
Soaking many a parched field,
We share a secret smile
My beloved and I,
As we watch the humans
Hop in the puddles and dance.

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