Thursday, April 11, 2013

Pitter Patter: Poem 11 of 30

National Poetry Month:  30 Day Challenge (Day 11 of 30)

Photo by Ian Brittonvia FreeFoto.com
Rain
pitter patters
on the pavement.

It
drip drops
near the door.

It
splish splashes
on the sidewalk.

I
lazily watch
the sheets pouring.

I
yawn stretch
happy to be inside.

Dog
wiggle waggles
his tail excitedly.

Dog
wishes whines
to go outside.

Rain
never ever
is for cats.

© Cathy L. Mere



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2 comments:

  1. You surprised me in that end, very clever. Oh, the rain, so beautiful! We had a sprinkle, that's it! I like the rhythm you set up in the poem, Cathy. And the way you created the 'look' of the poem, too.

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  2. I read your poem as I looked out the window at the rain.. You captured the moment..

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