The Next Rainy Day

Mandy Buffington By Mandy Buffington, 7th Oct 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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Inspired by the Write/Market/Design and dedicated to my hubby Troy

The Next Rainy Day

On the next rainy day,
As the rain falls upon the window pane,
I will lie in your arms,
Hold you close to me,
Not care how much time passes,
Just being there with you,
Nothing else matters,
Just the two of us,
The oneness that we share,
The rain keeps on falling,
I hear the melody in the distance,
Within my ears,
But I hear your breathing,
As you lay there,
And I lay with you,
Holding you closer,
Breathing in deeper,
As the caresses slowly grow,
We smile,
We glow,
We enjoy,
We love,
The next rainy day,
Let everything else disappear,
Let everything else fade away,
Nothing else matters,
Nothing else can touch this,
Nothing else can come to this place,
Of where you and I dwell,
We will lie there together,
Letting the time slip on,
Not having a care in the world,
Because no matter the time,
No matter the day,
No matter what goes on,
This truth is still the same,
That on that next rainy day,
And the next sunny one too,
That you will find us,
Just like this,
In this oneness that we share,
Until the end of our time,
Because we are one,
We are love,
We are beauty,
We are forever,
In the dreams,
In the reality,
And everything in between,
Because we are one,
From now until forever.


Day, Forever, Love, Next, Poetry, Rainy, Spending, Time, Troy

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author avatar Mandy Buffington
Mandy Buffington is a Masters in Business Management graduate. She has a chapbook published called Love, Unwrapped by Writing Knights.

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author avatar amberdextrous
7th Oct 2011 (#)

Thank You for these beautiful words and mental images, Mandy B!

The are so evocative of a sense of peace and security, and the love You feel for your husband and for your marriage itself.

This is very well-crafted plain verse, with lots of interesting rhythmic shifts. An excellent job!

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author avatar Mandy Buffington
8th Oct 2011 (#)

Thank you very much. Glad you enjoyed the poem and enjoyed the rhythm of the poem as well.

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
8th Oct 2011 (#)

How beautifully romantic. I loved this. Thank you Mandy.

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author avatar Mandy Buffington
8th Oct 2011 (#)

Thank you so much Steve. Glad you enjoyed it :)

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