...and then it rained

Andrew Charles Forrest

...and then it rained


It was all gone...

Hope happiness everything worth living for

Friends enemies and challenges

Sense of worth

A place in this world

Any relevance to another living thing

Even the cat...


... and then it rained.



  • Author: Andrew Charles Forrest (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 28th, 2020 02:42
  • Comment from author about the poem: Just as you think things can't get any worse... they have a habit of doing so
  • Category: Unclassified
  • Views: 14


  • Fay Slimm.

    Ouch on reading that final line - "and then it rained" how many times have we had that happen after everything else seemed against us - you versed the challenge so well here my friend.

  • Goldfinch60

    ...and then it rained and we were grateful for it as new life started to grow.


  • dusk arising

    Rain.The bringer of hope "I hope this bloody rainfall stops soon".... Things always lokk better when the rain stops.

    (Unless you live at the bottom of a hill by a brook or in a flood plain).

  • orchidee

    Yep, to be all gloomy: 'When one door shuts, another one slams in yer face?' Erm, I not quite got that saying correct. lol.
    Or: 'Don't worry - today's bad, but it'll be worse tomorrow!' Doh!
    Fat lot of help I am. lol.

  • Neville

    Now dont say I never told ya so... you old so and so you... started off here bright as a button.. then guess wot... yep.. you got it... Nice one sir 🙂

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