Until April

April’s rain has come in effervescence
Throwing starbursts of sun among us all
Splashing and interrupting our senses
Shining hand washing away the pall
Drink, drink my somnolent little children
Feel again the threads of glistening hope
Grasp and partake my feathered starving wren
Unfold thy heart and dissolve the eye scope
Today tomorrow’s dawn will follow fast
Shattering or growing whatever we plant
Dancing among us are dreamer’s full past
Twirling tornadoes of all that we can’t
April brings us your wonderful clear rain
Where hope follows that we might see again

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