Dance, dance under the rain!


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I stop the music and place my headset on my desk,

Putting an end to the rhythmical but fabricated melody

I look out the window and gaze at the surrounding

The sky has poured its perfect blessing

Yes, rain, rain, rain!

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Oh, the sound it lashes out is so rhythmical,

And the energy it unleashes is so powerful

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The rain’s beauty lies in its non-fabricated melody

As it is composed by Mother Nature with pure honesty

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So I take off my shoes and run out

Closing my eyes, I feel myself is roiling in excitement

When the rain touches my skin

And caresses my soul

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Suddenly I start swaying in gaiety

I dance under the rain

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Come, my friends, join me!

Dancing under the rain is a delicate beauty!

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156 thoughts on “Dance, dance under the rain!

    1. quirkybooks says:

      Unfortunately on my screen there is only one Facebook Like button and as I have Liked the post, it is greyed out and there is no other Facebook button. Sorry.

  1. ainabalagtaso8o says:

    Aloha, Subhan! This is my most favorite among your masterpieces. It’s just so stunningly beautiful. And it absolutely reflect the beautiful person in you! Happy New Year, my friend! Take care always! = )

    1. ainabalagtaso8o says:

      Yeah, this is my new baby, actually. = ) Well, my plan is just to write at least once a month now. Email me the instructions. I wouldn’t mind subscribing through email. = )

  2. Christi says:

    Gorgeous! When I was a kid living in Florida, I loved when it started to storm when we were swimming and the feel of the rain hitting the water. Of course, we couldn’t stay in the water long because of the lightning safety issues, but it was a beautiful experience. 🙂

  3. jussaraluna says:

    Hello dear Subhan :))
    Thank you for your kindness and lovely video ” Lambada “.
    Your blog is always so beautiful.
    Have a happy day and a very nice weekend!
    hugs and a rose for you ~~
    take care, Jussara

  4. Asha Seth says:

    Hi Subhan,
    Its been a while I’ve not come around here. How’ve you been and the new year so far?
    This is one of my best posts from you. 🙂

    -Asha

  5. eof737 says:

    I’m happy to reconnect with you this year and send you peace and blessings and {{{HUGS}}} too.
    •.★♥★Happy New Year to You & Yours!★♥★.•
    Eliz

  6. Renee Espriu says:

    Absolutely beautiful. You cause nature to take on music as symphony. Wonderful! Tonight here I listen to the high winds buffeting against my house. Yet another type of music but more in the drum section. Take care Subhan!

  7. Nizy says:

    Aww! Such a sweet sweet poem. It was really beautiful. The rhyming was amazing – my favorite part of the poem. It had a good flow, and the vocab usage was really good. The emotion is portrayed brilliantly. An excellent job! Keep it up!

  8. patgarcia says:

    Hi and Happy New Year, all the best for 2013.
    Beautiful prose, yes the rhythms of Mother Nature are the best beats, the best sounds and if you listen to them with the ears of your heart, you will dance.
    Ciao,
    Patricia

  9. the secret keeper says:

    Your poems are so beautiful. I wish for the rain. Now the ground is white with snow. Soon we are expecting some rain, unusual for now but preferred to the cold and the snow. The sound of snow is actually quite Zen but I do love the sound of rain on the roof just over the room where I sleep. Thank you for resubscribing. It is always good to read your poetry. It is so amazing. jk

    1. lizziebuzziedizzie says:

      HI Subhan,

      Def do it! Just go for it:)
      I think that the Guardian is a good place for the poem:)
      and as you know we are all amazing creative people and believing in what we make and do will make things happen sooner or later 🙂
      Lizzie x

  10. Sandra C. says:

    beautiful words, let’s dance in the rain, could you see the rainbow calling our souls to happiness and love ! wonderful year 2013 ! many blessings to you !

  11. katyloveless says:

    Hi Subhan, happy new year and thank you for these beautiful words. It was too cold to go out and dance in the rain here, but It has finally stopped raining so I walked out in the garden now and the peace and calm reached down and touched me like a cool hand; a perfect moment, like a slow dance with the night.

  12. Nur Kasih Mokhtar says:

    Reblogged this on and commented:
    Once upon a time…
    NurKasih..the little girl, who lived down the lane..a true story..
    Those were the days..and I miss being that little girl…
    This posting reminds me of those days of doing such acts..which will look ridiculous to practice now..hehe

  13. Halim says:

    This so wonderfully captures a love for rain and Nature, and it reflects my own fondness for rain as well, so I’m happy to strongly relate to the joy here. And it reminds me it’s been some time I had a nice walk in the rain, I should grab one the next chance I get.

  14. Katherine O. Cooper says:

    thanks for stopping by my blog Subhan! I love the reminder in this poem that rain is delicate. I always heard it that way as a little girl – not always now as an adult because I am now the one driving the van and handing over the car keys to my sons!

  15. artzent says:

    Thank you so much for this beautiful poem! The photo also is worth a thousand words!
    Thank you also for liking my post. I always love yours!!!!!!

  16. beebeesworld says:

    Thank you for following my blog and reading some of my work. I will follow your blog as well. What I have read is relaxing and well done. It seems you have quite a following, do you have any suggestions for a lady whi is not very technically inclined?

  17. brendamarroy says:

    Dancing in the rain is so much fun. Since I was a child I am the one who usually heads outside when the rain comes instead of running inside. However, the rain has to be a warm one.

    1. Subhan Zein says:

      Yes, you are right, Brenda! 🙂 Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope your visits have been and will always be a joyful ride! Lovely day to you! 🙂

      Subhan Zein

  18. spiritteacher says:

    Dear Soul Brother, thank you for joining me at Sending Joy. You are so welcomed. Your poetry is beautiful. I don’t think you have much to learn about poetry. Your gift is as natural as the rain. Peace always, Sharie

  19. Robert Gregory says:

    Awww…very nice, Subhan! And the picture goes so well with your poem. 🙂 …Love the poem!

    1. Subhan Zein says:

      Thanks, Sanah! And thank you for following my blog and leaving your beautiful prints up here. Have a wonderful weekend, my friend! 🙂

      Subhan Zein

    1. Subhan Zein says:

      Thank you very much, my friend. Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope your visits here have been and will always be an enjoyable experience. 🙂

      Subhan Zein

  20. ariadnesdaughter says:

    Lovely! The picture reminds me of my daughter dancing in the rain. 🙂 “The rain’s beauty lies in its non-fabricated melody.” I love that! This fits nicely with a blog post I’m working on right now so the timing was great to find this one now. (It will be called Sound and Silence – if I ever get it done!) I really enjoyed your poem.

    1. Subhan Zein says:

      Thank you very much for leaving your beautiful footprints here, ariadnesdaughter! 🙂

      I hope you succeed with your blog post, my lovely friend! 🙂

      Subhan Zein

    1. Subhan Zein says:

      Thank you so much! 🙂 I am very happy that you loved it. Perhaps you’d be interested in reading my other poems too? “Love is a Heart Throbbing Joyride” and “Love is the Water of Life”?

      Have a joyful ride in my blog, my lovely friend! 🙂

      Subhan Zein

  21. REBECCA DAWN says:

    this poem made me want to dance in the rain…unfortunately for me right now, its snowing where i am… oh well, it was a beautiful poem!

    1. Subhan Zein says:

      Thank you, Lily! 🙂 Thank you very much for taking the time visiting my blog! I hope you enjoy your visit here….

      Have a lovely day, Lily! 🙂

      Subhan Zein

  22. Silving says:

    Well, everytime it will rain from now on- and it happens often enough here- I will think about your poem and try to see the beauty in it 🙂 It’s very nice.

    1. Subhan Zein says:

      Oh, I’m so glad that you liked it! 🙂 Is it raining up there?
      It was raining for the whole week last week, so it is a serendipity that I could come up with the poem.. 🙂

      Subhan Zein

  23. jussaraluna says:

    Hi, Subhan Zein
    Oh, you create such beautiful poetic images
    and I can feel the music of rain – now –
    in the moment when I am reading the post.
    So beautiful :))
    hug from my heart~~Jussara

  24. niasunset says:

    There is rain in Istanbul today… and I am reading your poetical touches about rain… This is amazing. How can make changes words and a beautiful photograph. Thank you, with my love, nia

    1. Subhan Zein says:

      Great to hear! Wow, you must’ve had a great time together. It must’ve been a delicate beauty, I’d say! 🙂

      Oh, yes, please feel free to follow my blog if you’re interested in getting my upcoming posts. It’d be awesome to have you with us.. 🙂

      Subhan Zein

    1. Subhan Zein says:

      Oh, what a flattery! Thank you very much for appreciating my poem, Ronnie.. 🙂 I am so happy that you loved my poem.. 🙂

      Warm regards from rainy Canberra,

      Subhan Zein

    1. Subhan Zein says:

      Thank you! I love the photo too. I fell in love with it the moment I saw it. Thank you for appreciating my poem, Gigi.. 🙂

      Warm Regards,
      Subhan Zein

    1. Subhan Zein says:

      You are right, Eric! I did put an end to my music to listen to the gorgeous song of Mother Nature last week, and the rain sounded melodious to me too. Thank you for appreciating my poem.. 🙂

      Subhan Zein

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