Rain

Raindrops on the garden flowers.
Sitting in the rain for hours.
The rain is warm, the mist is cold.
Sat there wanting a hand to hold.

The river water was so high.
Big puddles and floods, the town cry.
The sky dark grey, no cloud in sight.
Moist grass from the previous night.

It rains all night, it rains all day.
The sky remains a dark, dull grey.
The rain is bouncing off my face.
It soaks me through, my heart races.

I like the sun when it shines bright,
But you can’t hear the sun at night.

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My Late Love

I miss the love we used to share,
Snoozing whilst he played with my hair,
Kissing my nose to wake me up,
Making tea in my favourite cup.

When we were young we were so free,
Spending whole days being lazy,
Cuddling up on the old blue couch,
Tickling me as I laugh; ‘Ouch!’

When I see young couples in love,
I feel him with me from above,
Memories start to come flooding back,
He’s guided me along this track.

I think about what we once had,
The fact he’s not here makes me sad,
He was my first love. I, his last,
I wish that he had never passed.

Memories Of An Old Romance

I glanced at them both from afar,
As he helped her out of his car,
He was tall with a lovely smile,
Her eyes bright blue, shone for a mile.

I kissed her lips and held her hand,
Her hair was golden like the sand,
Her blue eyes made me feel so lost,
She was mine and lucky, I was.

His smile was the best of them all,
We laughed and joked sat on the wall,
He held my waist, we walked away,
He made every day the best day.

They looked so happy and in love,
The kind of love I was free of,
I missed my lover most at night,
Being alone wasn’t quite right.

Her

I’ve never seen a girl so sweet,
I long for the day that we meet,
Her deep blue eyes make me stare,
And oh, the colour of her hair.

She reminds me of a princess,
I feel like I have to impress,
As cliché as I sound tonight,
I think it was love at first sight.

My eyes meet hers across the room,
I feel my heart go ‘boom, boom, boom’
It’s hard being a young boy in love,
When she is all I can think of.

I’d love to hold her all night long,
Sing to her, a lullaby song.
She’s so perfect in every way,
If only I could tell her hey?

The way you…

I hate the way you make me smile,

But also sad once in a while.

I still feel nervous around you,

Isn’t it odd what love can do?

For you, I will do anything

To keep a smile upon your face.

I pray we are not just a fling,

You’re not someone I’d like to replace.

You really mean a lot to me,

But I guess what will be, will be.

I just want to make things all right,

It truly hurts me when we fight.

Sorry for being so tough sometimes,

Everyone goes through hard times.

I hope that we will be okay,

It will be worth it if you stay.

I just want you to hold my hand,

This rough patch is not what I had planned.

When it’s over, it will be worthwhile,

I hate the way you make me smile.

 

Back to routine

Summer is over, autumn is here,
I know these are words you don’t want to hear,
No one on earth likes an early start,
waking up with shivers whilst it’s still dark.

I have a piece of advice for you,
start your morning’s off with a hearty brew!
For me, it’s the best way to wake up,
You could say it’s like heaven in a cup.

There is no more waking up at noon,
and it’s time to leave your duvet cocoon.
School is calling and so is your work,
but you can see your friends, so that’s a perk!

Swap the telly for a good old book,
and take pride in how you’re going to look
because a new year is a fresh start,
UNI is next year so I must be smart!

Raindrops

I love to watch the rain pour down.
Light shower, rain storm – I don’t mind.
There’s something about how it falls,
that makes me feel relaxed and calm.

One of the most beautiful sights,
is when raindrops land on cobwebs,
the droplets glisten in the sun,
they make the cobweb seem so bright.

It’s funny how the rain can make
something like a cobweb pretty,
when it is just a spiders home.

I love to watch the rain pour down,
although, it makes most others frown.
One day they will see the beauty,
even if it does take a while.

But next time you see a cobweb,
look at yourself in the droplets
and then you may well change your mind.