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Poem Details | by Charlie Smith |
Categories: fantasy, humor, imagery,

Just a Light Summer's Rain

When the sun kisses each drop of rain,
spirited colors warm the heart...
like a wind wisped feather,
landing lightly on the soul.

Romance calls,
from a fresh faint whisper
mingled cleverly among the fallen.

A daydream smiles,
in a seductive voice.

Conjured  memories evolve,
from indifference to fact,
plunging deep into fantasy,
erotically eager,
intoxicatingly anxious.

All is euphorically joyful.


Poem Details | by Warren Doll |
Categories: animal, funny, rain, weather,


rain drops hit still pond
surface ripples spread outward
tickling frog bellies

Poem Details | by Charlie Smith |
Categories: humor, rain,

I Ask You

What is that wonderful smell
when a rain shower passes
on a warm summer day?
Is it the fragrance of a new beginning,
quenching us with the exuberance
of youthful joy, a sweet wisp of hope
for the earth to embrace,
a cleansing, a freshness of favor,
a cause for the celebration of life?
I ask you then, 
if it is all of that,
why would anyone 
with any sense of poetic license
want to own an umbrella?

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: art, color, funny, humor, nature, rain, rainbow,

Fallen Arches

Underneath a rainbow
The colours fall down flat
Perhaps it is the rain
That makes them all go splat!

Poem Details | by Joseph Spence Sr |
Categories: adventure, funny, imagination, life, people, places, urban,

Caught In the Rain

It came with a flash upon my back
Caught off guard, suspenders hanging
Madly rushing to find a place so safe

From around the bend with a honk
“Hey watch your steps” was a shout
Horn blowing while in passing 
One disgruntled taxi driver glaring
Newspaper umbrella in ruins

Noisy rumbling above from a subway
Heading down the track, clank, clank, clank
Brown dog barking, woof, woof, looking back

Shelter at last, finally found a spot
The rain came down with a heavy shout 
Caught shirtless and without shoes
Now sipping coffee listening the blues 
Feeling brand new tasting some stew

Poem Details | by Arthur Vaso |
Categories: humorous, ireland, rain,


There once was a driver from Uber
Who really only owned a scooter
So when it rained
His passengers complained
So now he has no more commuters

Couldn't let a St Paddy's day go by without a wee limerick!!

Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: funny, rain, me,

Ah, Squeaky,Squeaky Shoes

Once my leather shoes made me proud with their softness and luster,
but after eleven months of heavy usage they have lost all glamor;
even small thorns and nails can penetrate their worn-out soles;
ah, squeaky, squeaky annoy me when steady rain falls!

Poem Details | by Paula Goldsmith |
Categories: flower, humor, morning, rain, spring, sun, wind,

Spring's Other Side

Spring is the time to venture out and play
the pretty flowers are wearing the bees
maybe it is bright and sunny all day
early morning may come with a cool breeze.

Did you remember to put on bug spray
or you will be lunch and eaten alive
make sure that you do not become their prey
watch out for the low large hanging beehive.

Springtime can bring sun and much needed rain
we sneeze and blow our nose as flowers grow
today their beautiful colors will reign
as the soft wind will magically blow.

I cannot wait for this warm special time
and hear the ringing sound from the wind chime.


Date Written:2/2/2023

4 Place

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: funny, me,

Why Don'T Sheep Shrink In the Rain

Something I've always wondered about
A subject near and dear to my heart
Why don't sheep shrink in the rain
It's puzzled me right from the start!

A theory that sometimes is bandied about
Maybe their wool is non-shrinking
Sounds quite a bit far fetched to me
Someone's jazzing me I'm thinking!

Quite plausible if you think about it though
But whether it's true or it's not
Sheep I've talked to don't give a rat's ***
Damn wool is making them hot!

Poem Details | by Shanity Rain |
Categories: art, career, change, future, humor, humorous, identity, image, international, me, mystery, poetess, rain, symbolism, words, writing,

Shanity Rain

So many amazing Artist ~
             one would never complain

            Just to be amongst all Soup 
             my name will never be plain

            I love all indiscriminately 
            My friends you'll  remain 

            Not to confuse or cause pain
            for the reason lies not in Vain

             From now on just call me 
                Shanity Rain ~

           However my Children remind me , I'm Insane ~
        '   Shanity Rain  my new Pen name  '

Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: humor, rain,

Gimme Shelter

A strong hurricane blows across the beach

My umbrella turns inside-out; I screech!

     Broadcasting from a cell phone

     Rain pelts and there’s no tone

For the first time I’m at a loss for speech

Poem Details | by Julie Grenness |
Categories: funny, health, how i feel, rain, winter,


This was not my today's agenda,
Hankies for snuffles my addenda,
Here I rest, moribunda!
Wintry weather down under,
Suppose it is not so bad,
Bed rest to be had,
Not in the rat race,
Cosy bed today's place,
Definitely not my today's agenda,

Poem Details | by Nigel Fawcett |
Categories: funny, life, seasons

Word Morph - Rain To Snow

I awoke this morning to the sound of heavy RAIN
Downstairs a lake had formed, oh what a PAIN
Off I went to fetch my mop and PAIL

Nonetheless, my spirit does not FAIL
I made a temporary gutter out of FOIL
(This weather will not take me as a FOOL)

Now I sit and dry my soaking FOOT
That’s black because I trod in flakes of SOOT
Which must have fallen from my stove’s air SLOT

At last the rain it has begun to SLOW
But, alas, it’s only been replaced by SNOW

Poem Details | by Mike Martin |
Categories: humor, native american, natural disasters, nature, rain,

Rain Dance

Rain dance, rain dance, clothed or bare
It makes no difference what you wear
If you need rain, do not despair
A little rain dance here or there

But please be careful if you do 
And don’t be carried away
You might wind up in a canoe 
And have a lousy day

Poem Details | by Yanny Widjanarko |
Categories: animals, funny,

My Rain

Frisky dog called Rain
                                               Wiggle his tail to complain
                                              "Walked me by your chain"

                                                    Honorable Mention
                                                           Pet Poem
                                             Sponsor by SKAT-AB SIN THE

Poem Details | by Thomas Martin |
Categories: how i feel, humor, rain, sun, wind,

Gray Skies

gray skies
threatening winter rains
again would
brush the clouds from the sun
but can't move the wind

Poem Details | by Norman Littleford |
Categories: funny, rain, rain,

Weather Or Not

If there are 24 hours in a day
how can night exist?
What is the difference between a fog
and a very heavy mist?

What do we mean by a heavy wind?
How can rain give way to showers?
I’ve been told people work too long
but how can you have shorter hours?

We have heavy rain in the morning
light rain the rest of the day,
why don’t they just say we will have rain?
And who weighs it anyway.

The sun will break through in patches
said the weatherman sounding profound,
but there maybe thunder clouds overhead
and I thought they’d be on the ground.

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: fun, humorous, irony, rain,

Brolly Dolly

My granny her first name is Dolly Is loopy, she’s clean off her trolley I know she’s insane Cos when we have rain She uses a sieve as her brolly 03/17/21

Poem Details | by Edward Ibeh |
Categories: cry, emotions, humor, rain,

Man In the Rain

His sad face telling
The truth? Or is he shedding
Tears under the rain?

Date written and posted: 09/08/2017

Poem Details | by D. C. Jordan |
Categories: humorous, moon, rain,


Z is for Zombie
B is for brains
full moon is out
I hope it rains

Poem Details | by Reason A. Poteet |
Categories: humor, rain, summer,

Thunderous Applause

A summer storm has struck upon the stage.
Like clouds, faces in the crowd change to black. 
As lightning triggers sudden disengage,
tonight’s entertainment can stay on track. 
The wit he’s stored within his mind’s spice rack 
can use this summer rain in which to mull. 
Dry humor, soaking wet, delivers smack 
and thunderous applause says he’s not dull.
This stand-up comic entertains without a lull.
June 20, 2018

a Spencerian stanza

Poem Details | by Jotting Thoughtssite |
Categories: funny,

Rain Or Shine

Rain shower
Zero hour

Sun burn

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: body, humorous, men, people, rain, wisdom,

On Brain Training

If you want to train your brain, 
come in out of the rain.

Volodymyr Knyr

Poem Details | by Sunlite Wanter |
Categories: funny,

Capricious Rain

Capricious Rain

The air was a hot slap in the face,
But there was an errand to be done,
Perhaps we could beat the threatening rain,
That was dark and determined to come.

Suddenly drops fell in quarter sized splashes,
Wipers struggled to erase them,
The errand barely accomplished, when
Rain drenched we headed home and then.

Into the driveway so safe and dry,
The rain stopped falling from the leaden sky,
It mocked us and said “You can’t out-fox me
I’ll pour if and as and when I see.”

Poem Details | by Subimal Sinha-Roy |
Categories: humorous, rain, spanish,

Rain In Spain

Rolling down the contours of Iberian Peninsula the picturesque highlands of lofty Andalusia fringe the landscape of the great plain of Spain, cradling the ancient cities of Madrid and Segovia. In the frenzy arena horny bull charges as if tipsy, gyrating matador’s muleta whipping it doesn’t see, for his agile feet move in rhythm of baile flamenco like the flurry of the trotting steps of the gypsy. Travel from one city to the other by train, you need not visit Pygmalion once again, you’ll make out the aim of mnemonic device… “rain in Spain falls mainly in the plain”.
July 18, 2019