Lauren B Called

(Motown)

Wind blown


The rain swept through like an army
marching a million strong
Two rainbows and cool winds
Remained after the rain had gone
Clouds of different faces
smile down mockingly
Almost as if they are
propelled by my own need
It's all I can do to not throw down a blanket
And rest my eyes right here
The sound and feel of the wind soothes me
I become part of the atmosphere
Natures comfort invites me
to camp under the stars like when we were kids
Instead cuddle to my window at dusk
With the half moons shimmer kissing my eyelids

Submitted: Monday, June 02, 2014

Topic(s): Life


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