Sylvie's DiarySylvie's Diary
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A soft summer rain begins to fall in the afternoon of a hot day

The walkpath slates slowly fade From gray to black as the drops come down

I go outside to visit the rain to let it soothe me, with no umbrella to come between

The water turns to rivulets on the ground running gently to puddle around

Silvery drops splash down, ripples around each drop that falls

Thistles and blossoms, leaves green and glossy so alive and vibrant in the cloud-filtered sun

The rain sinks into the ground, soaked up The soil around the plants’ quenching cup

The clouds start to part, and The sun appears with a rainbow's shining crest, while here I’m still in the rain’s gentle caress