A Poem About Rain and Love

This poem is about rain and love. It was inspired by my first date with Anita, nearly 5 years ago. We ended up going for dessert and a movie. We also danced in the rain, which was really special, and remains one of our treasured memories.

 

Danced in the Rain

I always dreamt
of holding your hand.
A simple act,
for my heart it was grand.

The way those raindrops,
settled on your hair,
I could not help,
but dream and just stare.

A beautiful love song,
arrived by mere chance.
With humble manners,
I asked you to dance.

I’ll forever cherish,
that moment so dear,
Loved holding you,
tightly and near.

As we danced in the rain,
it was truly sublime,
From that beautiful moment,
I knew you’d be mine.

by anitapoems.com

 

This poem is great example that rain doesn’t always represent or symbolize sadness and sorrow. It may also represent a new beginning, as it did on our first date, along with romance.

We both realized that we had an amazing connection right from that first date. She laughed at all my jokes (good sign), and we just had so much to talk about. There wasn’t a dull or awkward moment the entire evening.

It was one of those moments where you felt like you’ve know this person for a very long time, and you forget that you haven’t.

Lady in Red by Chris de Burgh was the random song that came on the radio, and we danced to it that evening. It was also our first song that we danced to on our wedding day, so it means a lot to us.

I’ll end this blog post with a little bit of advice for all the guys out there. Try dancing in the rain with someone you just started dating, or even your long-time girlfriend or wife of many years. Follow that up with today’s featured poem. If you do that, there’s a very good chance that you’ll melt her heart.

Just make sure she is officially yours, because you wouldn’t want to scare her away with the last line in the last stanza. Good luck!

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