Rain drops, they do fall
On two lovers outside amid the cold,
Mouths together and warm.
They don’t feel the breeze at all.
As the rain pelts down hard,
Upon their hair, eyelids, nose
A trickle of water runs over their lips
Met by tongues tasting each other.
The pure passion and sincerity felt,
Would never drive them from the cold,
This moment was theirs,
A sheer moment of heaven and earth indeed.
Their love seemed to blossom,
In the springtime rain today.
Romantic and charming
He held her tight to him,
Her hand in his.
Their kisses so passionate, so sweet.
Like tasting cotton candy for the first time.
A love so feel magnified by the sun
Peeking out through the rain clouds.
So lost in each other
They remained until the sun dried them both,
Oblivious to the world around them and yearned to kiss again in the rain.
(C) Tabatha Goughneour 2009