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Night, rain, kiss

by Abel Johnson Thundil about a year ago in love poems
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Written by Abel Johnson Thundil

Night, rain, kiss
Photo by Joel Overbeck on Unsplash

Night,

A hanging lamp,

Rain,

An umbrella

And both of us under it

Kissing,

Rain drops rolling down to our shoulders.

Rain drops rolling down to a puddle,

Making the water jump up in the shape of a heart.

Night,

Rain,

Umbrella,

And both of us under it

Kissing.

The umbrella slips down

And the both if us wet,

Our eyes wild

And lips craving for more,

Our smiles wide

And widening more.

There is wind

And the umbrella is nowhere to be seen.

But you're here,

I'm here,

And the moon is there

Shying away into dark clouds.

We looking into each other's eyes

And get lost in the wilderness

With the many monsters that hunt us.

Night,

A hanging lamp,

Rain,

An umbrella

And both of us under it

Kissing.

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Abel Johnson Thundil

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