Autumn Rain

by Jem Croucher


In the half-light of an Autumn dawn
When the day is not quite there
The lightest drizzle falls to earth
And freshens up the air

They say there will be sunshine
At some point in the day
But as light returns, the sky above
Is painted pale grey

The rain is not unwelcome though
As it falls from slate-grey sky
For it turns to green the grass beneath
And the water-table’s high


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