William H.A. Willbond MSM, CD
WEST COAST RAINY WEATHER
I think that I might just have gone wetly insane
As it continues to rain and rain and rain.
Life’s constant umbrella it just is not the same.
Without the wind driven droplets upon the pane.
On the West coast of Canada we have rain in winter.
We don’t have to shovel it so it’s really no hinder.
Some get the blues when the skies they stay dark.
The homeless shiver in dampness asleep out in the park.
©Copyright January 8, 2012 by William H.A. Willbond MSM, CD
Author’s Note: Inspired by the poem, “Reflections in the Rain” - ©Copyright January 8, 2012 by John-Ward Leighton