RainWater drops from the sky above
It's cold and dark, no sign of love
Lonely moments we live today
Can't go out to gleefully play
It's times like these we lock ourselves
Stare at the pictures on our shelves
Remember days when it was bright
World rid of sickness and this blight
Water drops unto my tin roof
No dogs go bark, nor arf, nor woof
It's Times like these I dream of days
When we go out and have a race
Beyond the woods over yonder
Ethereal sights I grow fonder
Until I came unto, awake
And hear my mum call my name "Jake!"
"You're dinner's ready have a seat"
"You must come down right now and eat."
"Hot chocolate with bread and cheese,"
"Come Join your brothers sisters feast."
Water drops on the windowsill
But now it's time to eat and fill
It's times like these that I adore
It's just the rain that I abhor
A DreamIt started with a dream I once had.
I was at the edge of a forest with a girl looking back at me. She smiles and asked that we race through the woods, and I agreed. So we ran. Sunlight beams though the leaves of the evergreens. Grasses shine reflecting the light. All a blur whilst I'm running, trying to catch up with her. At the end of the forest is a meadow, and a creek. Butterflies fly near the red flowers, juxtaposing the blue complexion of the water. She stopped, and paused for a moment before lying down in the ground. Panting, I walked to her and sat as well. We both glanced at the scenery to the singing of the birds, heads held high to feel the gust of cool wind. She then turned to me and held my hands. Her red lips starts to move closer, her cerulean eyes dilate. I closed mine, and for a moment, felt a sense of ecstacy and lust that I haven't felt before. I embraced her and held her face, gently touching her silk clothing and smooth skin. She paused, and asked me "Can we be toge