By Kathy Koches


Nubes de lluvia


Sprinkles, splashes, misty dew,

torrential downpours, showers too,

cooling, calming lovely rain,

I’m so glad you’ve come again.

Kiss the mountains, fill the lake,

such a lovely sound you make.

Wash my body, clear my mind,

peaceful moments I can find.

Clouds above me softly weep,

lull me gently off to sleep.

As I slowly close my eyes,

Sing your soothing lullabies.



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