Rain was my favorite and not a drizzle of heartache.

And as I looked through the pelting sheets, I met your gaze.

I will never forget the look on your face.

The boy I thought I knew so well had transformed beneath the clouds.

The scowl that usually held you back was replaced.

You were smiling the most gorgeous smile.

You were laughing and dancing in the rain.

You were thought to be a person that was abnormal.

You were compared to the weeds by a gravestone.

Only they were wrong about you and I was wrong about this emotion for you.

I felt no fear or remorse for being so close.

I could see your transformation, more beautiful than most.

You were not a weed, but a wildflower.

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13 Comments Add yours

  1. Beautiful ❤️

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  2. J. M. Lilin says:

    Thank you so much for reading.


  3. J. M. Lilin says:

    Lovely comment. Thanks, Kim.

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  4. It’s a pleasure 😊

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  5. Wildflower shares a spirit of transformation. Very well written 👌

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  6. J. M. Lilin says:

    Amen. I’m glad you could feel the words. Thank you for reading and commenting. I appreciate feedback.


  7. This. Is. Simply. Amazing! How I always wish to write something up.

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  8. J. M. Lilin says:

    I feel too praised. Haha, thanks so much Benjamin. This refers to a special person and I’m really glad you liked it.

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  9. You’re welcome. That’s some lucky and special person to receive your words! Take care!

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  10. J. M. Lilin says:

    That’s a lovely thought. Thank you. You too!

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  11. Welcome again!

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