Marck Riggins


Hearts of Rain


Trickling down
pounding loud
upon the eaves
Cold dark rain
immerses in toxin
as one soul grieves
Another night alone.

Liquid glass
this evening falls
Unyielding torrent,
night owl calls.
Yet, who will answer
if, at all?
Tempests wail and moan.

Through dense blanket
of hung clouds
Heaven sings
it's starlight song
Dazzling above
that looming shroud
Eternal Glory,
Expanse beyond.

Souls in awe
and spirits danced
Hearts abandoned
with one glance
So would we journey
if we had the chance,
forsaking the rain
and nights alone?

Submitted: Friday, April 25, 2014
Edited: Saturday, April 26, 2014

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