Thursday, January 04, 2007

Poetry Thursday



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Rain, Again


by Julie Zaccone Stiller





Dark morning


Sunrise obscured


Dampness arriving


Nearly dried, now disturbed





Rattle and gurgle


Water down drains


Expecting a shower


Receiving wet panes





Unclean, now sodden


Debris of a storm


Rusting in place


Not waiting til dawn





Rain, again


Resigned to the season


Stay locked indoors


Dry, unless there's a reason





3 comments:

Crafty Green Poet said...

Oh gosh its been raining like that here too. Today though it is beuatifully clear and blue skied.

Norma said...

I'll have to try this in IE. In Firefox your left margin is overlapping some of the poem. But I think I got most of it. My thought: you mean it rains in California?

Great idea for a poem.

kristen said...

after a very dreary day, it has finally started to snow. much better than the depressing drearyness -- here, in sparks, if it's going to be so damn cold and dreary, i'd like it to snow, so i'm happy abou tit and the kiddos and i went and did a little YEA FOR SNOW dance outside.

sonoma county often had the dreary rainy days -- i liked it some of the time, but after a few weeks of it, it got old.