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Author Name: Premiumsheedreams 6 Comments
Date Added: September 05, 2009 11:09:46 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The Monsoon Brings Life to the Desert
the early summer monsoon
seldom visits
but means wind, rain, thunderstorms
occasional micro-bursts
not like the mean-spirited VIRGA
who only rains dirt
monsoon brings renewed life to the desert
softens baked earth like
a cookie dipped in milk
so impressive
the air is no longer dead as if purified by the heat
charged with energetic ions
dancing with excitement
three close lightning strikes
oooh, lights out!
 creative.connection  lost
time to abandon rambling write
  feel my way through dark hallway
and peek out waiting window
just as anticipated...
neighbor's message in Morse code
halogen flashlight says
hey, you want to come over?
and bring a couple of fosters.....
 
once again the monsoon brings life to the desert
 
 
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Comments:
Comment By: PremiumHOPE on April 1, 2010 08:25:08 AM Report
Linda Jo I like this one and when you can record I would like to hear it in your voice..
Tina

Comment By: FreeAlfred on December 9, 2009 09:21:43 PM Report
What a great ending line. Seems like a chance to connect.
Comment By: FreeThe Bag Lady on September 20, 2009 02:53:05 PM Report
Hi, Ljo~!!!  So, like everyone likes your line..."softens the baked earth like a cookie dipped in milk"....Cool~!!  Love it~!!....Love the visuals that you always seem to bring within your works....Always a pleasure to read your page...
The Baglady, toting two Fosters...

Comment By: FreeBarbara Demasson on September 6, 2009 05:18:31 PM Report
"softens baked earth like
a cookie dipped in milk"...fine simile. The power outages were inconvenient--no doubt the wind and lightening strikes were bad enough but at least Bill veered off eh--he swept across Canada's Atlantic provinces instead but didn't make too big of a fuss. Fosters eh...is that real beer like here in Saskatchewan? *smiles--wink wink* <---my Morse code that says I'm coming over and bringing REAL beer!

 

~Barbara~  

 

Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on September 5, 2009 11:51:36 AM Report
Linda Jo,
 Awesome poem once again.... Your so right it bring life back to the desert... We have had rain now three days what a blessing to us both...
I have watched it in th evening rain falling in heavy curtains
of manna from heaven...
 Hugs She Whispers

Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on September 5, 2009 11:25:36 AM Report
LindaJo: this is so vivid.   GREAT write...

 

Lady D





 


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