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Pain Is Gain.

Pain is like rain. Though painful, yet gainful. For pain's sake we're abused, for pain's sake we get refused, yet for pain's sake love is diffused.

No pain, no gain. Nothing good comes easy. Still, in pain one feels dizzy. Dizzy with desire, dizzy with passion, dizzy and busy. Pain is gain, it's a stain that disappears with time. Although not all pain is gain, all rain is gain and pain is rain.

Pain is rain, for it touches all men in the open and in chains. After rain comes sun, after dark comes dawn, after pain comes gain.
Darlington Chukwunyere

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Those Visible Clouds

In the early morning of Today, I saw those overcrowded and visible Clouds in the sky, There were grey and dark clouds That filled that pretty image of the sky, I thought rains will be later on, but I saw those mixed clouds flying away To an unknown destination to rain over there... When I was a little kid, I saw different kinds of clouds, but Nowadays they're totally horrific in their Shapes anytime, anywhere, and everywhere... I don't know what has happened to those clouds! Visible clouds cross into faraway lands Where they give birth in other lands... Scattered clouds shape themselves as Hanging images of things in the sky... Today's clouds are totally different from We used to see when we're kids... Not all clouds bring rains Simply because they're not real clouds, but They're dark smokes or emissions from unknown Materials that bring death and bad odors... Our skies are no more pretty skies, but They're real images of our real abuse of nature... We only see cloudless clouds that are rainless anytime And they're only pregnant with scary clouds That bring either bad rains or they're rainless... Rains are rare and those visible clouds are rainless, so What shall we do to our dry lands? ! ______________________________________________________________________

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I Am Packing My Suitcase

I wonder if many rains appear to flood the sidewalks by these clouds' spit. I wonder if my memories rise to capture these rains to flirt. I am packing my suitcase for a journey to breathe in some mist. I wonder why these rains flood the sidewalks moving my feet. These rains compose their rhapsody to capture my path in a street. I am packing my suitcase for a journey to catch my memories to greet. I am packing my eyes with a few old pictures to chase them to meet. Rains appear and disappear because they don't have a seat. I am packing my suitcase for a journey with the sound of my feet.
Anahit Arustamyan

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Let The Rain Fall

Rain falls upon the ground. I look up at the syk filld with gray. I stand there wet and could but I don't move. I stand waiting for the storm to past. Rain still falling on the ground and I smile and begin to laugh as I remember all the good times we had in this rain. And as the rain falls I look to the sky once more and smile then I say good by in tell next time. Then I trun and walk away and leave the rain to it's job.

By: Amanda Wilson
Amanda Wilson

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