Every One Matters

One raindrop’s journey
Silently it falls, reined in
reigned over, complete

dVersepoetspub prompt. Use any form of “rain, rein and reign” in a poem wth a positive end. I imagined a single drop submitting willingly to create a whole. I like haikus.


About Mary (tqhousecat)

I am a wife and a mother of two grown children. Recently I have begun writing a couple of blogs. One poetry and one on hope. I only wish that whoever reads this will be blessed, inspired and occasionally amused. Soon to be added is another blog...writings on hope from a biblical perspective. Now it can be seen at purplepandasandotherphenomena.blogspot.com. please feel free to visit.
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19 Responses to Every One Matters

  1. whimsygizmo says:

    WOW. All three of the words in there, and so beautifully. Impressive.

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  2. Frank Hubeny says:

    Every raindrop matters. I liked the message.

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  3. Great when raindrops matter most

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  4. lillian says:

    What a lovely way to begin my morning! Thank you. I too love haiku….and when three lines just won’t do, a tanka is nice too! 🙂

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  5. A lovely haiku, Mary. Like Lillian, a great way to start the day.

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  6. A very nice haiku, I like how as a drop it is reigned in and maybe independent but when it joins the whole it is reigned over, yet in losing independence becomes complete.

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  7. Like you, Mary, I’m unfamiliar with most forms of poetry, but I enjoy giving them a try (well, most of them anyway). I’m amazed that you managed to use all three words in such a beautiful way. Bravo!

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  8. kanzensakura says:

    A lovely poem using all three words. I love haiku and have beenwriting,studying,and teaching them for 30+ years.


  9. I appreciate your thoughts of my words. I have never studied poetry. I am happy you like it. Thank you.


  10. WoW!! amazingly done. The absolute justification to the prompt. Loved it.


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