Brush Against Her


Night’s darkness had woken her up,

A promise of rain hung in the air.

There was a taste of water,

In the back of her throat,

When all she really wanted was wine.

Every touch,

Left her bruised,

But she wouldn’t stop,

Letting the world brush against her.


I Dance In The Rain





“You say you love the rain,

But you use an umbrella to walk under it.

You say you love the sun,

But you seek shelter when it’s shining.

You say you love the wind,

But when it comes you close your windows.

So that’s why I’m scared,

When you say you love me.” – Bob Marley

But I dance in the rain to feel it on my skin,

Sit in warm evening sun,

Letting it sink into my bones,

And let the wind play with my hair.

So believe me when I say,

I love you.