naida supnet

(bayambang, pangasinan, philippines)


If only I am a little drop of rain
I would skip and jump in every window pane
I will come tumbling down in every leaf I see
I will shimmer and glitter so you'll see me quickly

I will kiss every cheek of bathing boys and girls
I will linger in their lashes as I listen to their giggles
I will run 'neath their toes as they run endlessly
And I'll watch as they gasp for air breathlessly

I will kiss every bud in their sweet gentle smell
Soft pastel blushing petals plus the soft yellow bell
I will greet the busy bee and the big butterfly
As they wait patiently they buzz and they sigh

If only I am a little drop of rain
I will flow with the flow to the seas and the stream
I will tap all the lilies as they twirl when I drop
And glide with the pebbles as they move to the top

Or I will peek silently at a young girl's room
As she writes in her notes her first love-poem
She will sigh she will blink she will smile dreamily
In her thoughts is the boy she loves secretly

Then I will drop from the roof and off to the lawn
And there I will gaze at an old lady...alone
She sits as she sips her coffee at her hand
As she waits for him, her still handsome old man

You're a lucky drop of rain, one lucky raindrop
You visit every place every spot every stop
Leap or jump tumble down flow gently even twist
In my seat i will watch It is you I can't miss.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013

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  • Deepak Sawhney (10/7/2013 9:52:00 AM)

    Naida absolutely beautiful. Juxtaposition is a very fine way of expressing one's feelings (in this case you are the rain drop) . I honestly loved each verse...really very creative :)
    Hey! dropp should be spelt drop. It still gets a 10/10 from me :) (Report) Reply

  • Maia Padua (10/27/2011 6:45:00 AM)

    wow.... i can feel the rain...wonderful imagery...
    I can picture out every stanza of yours..really nice...
    i can imagine the refreshing..
    i don't know..basta very nice.... (Report) Reply

  • Cristina Teodor (10/5/2011 7:39:00 AM)

    This poem emanates positive energy in a dynamic raindropp movement. Beautiful details of rain drop, the joy of seeing a rain dropp making reader understand the joy of life stays in everything, even in a small dropp of rain. Beautifully written.. Cristina Teodor (Report) Reply

  • Jim Troy (8/10/2011 12:02:00 AM)

    What a very evident lovely spirit you are.... This reflects a lot about you
    and is so beautiful to read.. Looking forward to every line as I read.... Very nice
    A worthy piece of art.............. Jim Troy (Report) Reply

  • Naida Nepascua Supnet (6/15/2011 9:47:00 AM)

    I have deleted this poem and re-enter it because of the word dropp which was spelled incorrectly.
    when I wrote it again and checked, It is still spelled incorrectly which I am sure I proofread it well.
    hmmmm...i don't know (Report) Reply

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