The Raindrop

The Raindrop 
By Pauline Harris

Off in the distance 
Whispering winds pick up
Blowing dust and particles
Making water vapors appear 
Gathering up steam
Pushing ahead
Contributing to the brewing 
A storm is on the horizon 
Make preparations 
Take cover

A single raindrop falls
Reaching the ground
More start to come
A puddle is formed
Ripples appear
One raindrop connecting
To many others
Overlapping ripples
Splashing about playfully

A moment in joy
Doth appeared

Until the rain continued
Falling making floods

A pause in the storm
A much needed breath
Silence awoke deep within
Calmly now, each tasked 
To find a way back to hope
With each raindrop bringing 
Sparkles of love with light
Carrying forward our hearts
To seeing there is always 
A peacefilled way in love

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