Mist and Rain
Subtle was the gradual grow
As clouds came in, grey and low
Two forces joined, embraced and kissed
The rain came first, then the mist..
Wet and tender, hard and warm
The mist rose up, in human form
Reached out to caresses the wetness
Both creating a love lust dampness
Vaporised and immortalised, were they;
Two lovers in love, some might say?
The clouds parted like female thighs
As thunder crashed within the skies!
Lightening struck the two with fire
Engulfing them in wild desire
The world stopped still, nay a sound
Both Mist and Rain, fell to ground.
And as the grey sky turned to blue
And the clouds withdrew
The sun did set and the moon did rise
Up into starlight skies
The mist soon morphed into dew
And the rain vanished out of view.
The mist called out unto the rain,
"Until we meet my love, soon again"
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