We’re continuing our tradition of highlighting poets in the Answers.com community this week. Sadie Huemer, a.k.a. “Nina567,” is one of our newest contributors. She also happens to be a budding poet. She stepped forward with this poem about the rain which has a profound effect on her.
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Rain, by Sadie Huemer
Rain patters on the pale glass that is left in my life,
it drains through first my brain then slowly, squeezes through my heart,
it touches me like a red blanket wrapped around in a world full of grasp,
It touches me like a cat in a lake not moving or speaking,
and even though I can feel it, it really isn’t there.