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Winter rains in the city


douglas
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The raindrops look like little sparks of fire
As they hit the granite steps of the cathedral
Illuminated by the street lights at midnight
A gentle, watery symphony
Of glistening whispers
As the silent streets come to rest
At last
Empty and cleansed
The long black threads of tar
Reflecting a constant rhythm
Of orange, red and green
Of orange, red and green
While the city shelters and sleeps
Below veils of silver drizzle

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  • 2 months later...

Hi Douglas, The city street is so vividly displayed in the dark rainy night. You've taken a picture of a landscape we've all seen and ignored and illuminated it to show us it's beauty. Thank you.

 

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~~ © ~~ Poems by Judi Van Gorder ~~

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