Today the rain has made me mad, I'm here to tell you why
I'm so angry my temples throb, and yet I will still try
To share my tale that's oh so sad it makes you angry too
To think I'm drenched while typing this, I will appeal to you
It started 'bout a half past 2, the sky began to turn
And with this change, the wind came too, and leaves began to churn
I left the office right at 5 to beat the traffic dash
And whisked off to the red line swift, I made it there quite fast
The way there was quite difficult, there was much to avoid
Like idiots with golf umbrellas, their faces so devoid
With no concerns for others, in the face I did get hit
By stupid-ass umbrellas larger than I can admit
Almost there, I thought aloud, but then to my dismay
A clueless tourist standing there, who won't get out the way!
I swerved right than quickly left, and got around him clean
But then stepped in a puddle, right up to my damn knees
I finally made it, train arrived, I got a seat, three cheers!
And then sits down a soaking man, his smell brought me to tears
Not just wet dog, but strong B.O. were coming from this man
I turned and gagged quite silently into my own hand
I ride the train 17 stops, and it was just my luck
That this man also rode 16, inside I screamed "Oh f***!"
Finally I leave the train and take in a deep breath
And cough quite loud because, of course, a smokers on my left
At this point I had had it, I just wanted to be dry
I stormed the entire way home, about ready to cry
And so I made it, safe and sound, but I really can't be blamed
For having such an awful day, the fault goes to the rain!