Through an Amber Rain

In depths of darkness,
The ground displays,
That shades of yellows,
Have replaced greys.

The world illuminated,
By sodium hum.
A midnight rain,
It’s pound and drum.

Yellow and black,
No white at all.
It’s a different world,
A torrential fall.

A land of water,
No one in sight.
Each and every drop,
A stinging bite.

Clothes stuck to skin,
Heavy, stretched long.
The splashes and pattering,
A beautiful song.

Little streams form,
Their waters’ gush by,
Mirroring the amber
Which precedes the sky.

Drenched and exhausted,
No other soul present.
I hope I’ll find another
Who’ll find this walk pleasant.


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