Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Autumn Rain









Autumn Rain
By Elece Hollis

Rain trembles from the eaves,
Slow and so so slatternly,
Spatting like chinaberries falling at midnight,
Then drip-dripping like a leaky faucet.

Rain stutters as a breeze passes,
Stop and go, staccato beat,
Tedious, tired as a poor typist tripping,
Tapping, pausing to seek a shifty letter.

Rain pours! Rain roars
From the gutters. Roiling, Rushing!
Splashing! Crashing! Racing like wild maddened mustangs,
Across the wide and wind-tossed prairie.


1 comment:

  1. Wow... that's beautifly Eleese... you are such a good writer.

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