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"Rain Falls," a Song for Manatita44

Rain Falls


Rain falls, early morning light

Zephyrs breathe, breath down my neck


The Goddess of the Sun

Woven of radiant threads

Speaks to me,

With words of the changes to come

Charting through this darkness

My world has become


Eloquent skies above... radiate,

The beauty I've always loved

Shadows reflect... the vastness of my eyes

Through the prisms, of infinite skies


Rain falls, early morning light

Zephyrs breathe, breath down my neck


Rain falls, early morning light

Zephyrs breathe, breath down my neck


Charting this darkness

I see souls disguised

The Goddess of the Sun, opens my eyes

Washing away... the darkness in disguise


The songbird listens, while singing it's song

Ringing it's voice, as the clouds wipe away,

The darkness in disguise

The prisms of the infinite - rest


Rain falls, early morning light

Zephyrs breathe, breath down my neck

© 2018 Mitchell Marso

I never went to film school...

Mitchell Marso (author) from Mankato, MN on June 03, 2018:

Yeah... I so misinterpreted that. All apologies, brother!!!

I should follow more people who are similar to me. Thank you for the suggestions. I will be doing that.

manatita44 from london on June 01, 2018:

Sorry, my Friend.

Perhaps my wording is wrong. I'm saying that works of such beauty should be shared. Personal choice, of course.

All the people I mentioned are Hubber Friends. There are more. I gave you a sample that might like your exquisite and sublime style.

I told Ioannis the same thing and he thought it a great idea.

Some he was already following. It is a personal choice, of course.

I like to share with people that appreciate our work and I appreciate theirs. Your work is high quality and worthy to be shared. Much Love.

Mitchell Marso (author) from Mankato, MN on May 31, 2018:

I'm not sure on how to interpret that...

I can remove this if that's what you're implying.

manatita44 from london on May 30, 2018:

Cool! The repititon is excellent! The lyrics flowed well. You have a unique voice. Get some friends.

Ioannis arvanitis, Dora, Gypsy RoseLee, Tim Truzi Venkatachi M and other indians, Cam and Frank, the Linda's ... some more.

Mitchell Marso (author) from Mankato, MN on May 30, 2018:

Thank you. Very much. I'm happy that you like it. I wasn't able to do anymore fancy things to the video other than some semi-correlating slides. The birds in the background are a friends actual birds, and he played the flute. It all just happened that day. I felt it fitting for your song.

manatita44 from london on May 29, 2018:

A most exquisite and beautiful poem and song with music too. As soothing as the rain, my brother. A superb piece of writing and a great song. Gratitude ...gratitude ... gratitude.