Other, Poetry

Depression’s Bust

When the golden sunshine hides beneath

A layer of turbulent cumulonimbus

An acid rain begins to pour

Upon an olden ornament bust

Sculptured from a smoothest calcium carbonate

Awaken from a placid reign

A halcyon assassinate

To face a malignant puddle

An indignant struggle

Its beings to crumble

A once strong statue, humbled

When precipitation ends

Replaced with a sweet bouquet of petrichor

The bust has been shaken to its very core

The rain drops now

Are heavy teardrops

Still distorting the puddles