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In the Sun

Let the waterless pools rise
The angst of the rains fall
The beauties of the Indian women pry
The muttering bastards, scorn
But at the long time, let no man weep
Let no hound howl at us

In the wind
In the moon
In the rain
In the sun




Poetry by Onyeka Nwelue
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Written on 2006-07-30 at 10:19

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Zainab
Merry Christmas ^^
2006-12-27


Amanda K
a nice poem with a strong message.
2006-08-26


haseen whel
In the wind
In the moon
In the rain
In the sun
....A very good poetry again friend!!!!!kissess
2006-07-31


Onyeka Nwelue
Thank you for your comments. I appreciate them.
2006-07-31


Arti
"The angst of the rains fall"
I've always thought of rainfall as being the tears of the sky... in remorse at the mosaic of summer.
Very deep write....Welcome back!
2006-07-31


Mr.Mist
..oops...i forgot to rate it...but now i ve rated it to...would give it a 10 rating, but i cant give more than 5, so ill do that instead...keep up the gr8 writing...

-mr.m
2006-07-30


Mr.Mist
...welcome back...this poem put some beautiful pictures in my head..thanks for thoose thoughts...

-mr.m
2006-07-30



'In the sun' is where we are all meant to be. And the litany of what keeps us from being there is testament to our need for a constant reliable reminder.... among these - the poet and his/her work.

Good to have you back. :_)
2006-07-30


Zachary P. B.
Let no man weep...

A beautiful line in a wonderful poem. I loved it. The sense of humanity in this is striking...

Wonderful,
Zachary
2006-07-30