I’ve heard people use the phrase “raining in my heart” to describe their troubled times. Or their loss of a loved one. Or their sadness in general.
But I think you can use “raining in my heart” as a good thing. After all, rain is a good thing. Especially to a dry, dusty place. Rain gives us the water we need for growing food, watering our grass, or drinking. So it’s refreshing and needed. That right there is a good enough reason to use rain as a positive description.
And you could also think about how much fun it is to go out and play in the rain. Have you ever done that? I remember, when I was in high school in Texas, sometimes after a good rain, a bunch of us guys would go play a game of mud football. Talk about dirty! But oh man, was it fun! When a grassy field is full of the kind of rain that falls in Texas, it’s hard to get good footing, so you fall down a lot. And you slide all over the place.
When the game was over, we’d go home and clean up, and we’d feel extra clean because we’d been extra dirty. That’s how I think a feeling of “raining in my heart” can be a good thing. What do you think?
I love to feel this raining in my heart.
It washes out the dark and dusty part.
And gives my life a clean and brand new start,
And once again I am a work of art.
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