We're getting a minecraft server!
Thank you Rain how you give us green,
That fragrant smell of the crisp sheen,
The wonderful ribbons of golden beam
And the quiet murmur of the shallow stream.
Cheer for your droplets of life giving shower,
Love for your water for its enriching power,
Smile for the plants that climb up their bower
To reach your place in the cloud-hid tower.
Gaze at your work in the grand red valley,
See children swim in your deep blue rally,
Watch it wander through its very own alley
Then meet the sea in a grand, wide finale.
Weep for deserts and make them your garden,
Treat us well, when in winter you harden,
In whipping storms give us reason to pardon
Then when it is done, be our health's warden.
As for myself, I love that quiet patter
As your taps on my window create its chatter,
The patena of the street as your tears scatter—
Then as you go, I see that heavenly ladder.
Red green and blue give you a fitting end
As off to new places your grace will send,
And to new folks and flowers will lend,
And care for their lands that you will tend.
"Tender of the world." - William Kain