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Rains

Luscious and lascivious, the grass grows tall and high, redolent in brilliant green; salutes all passing by. Yet again the rains have come, drowning from the skies, sluicing soil and sanity; soothing hearts and minds. Maize sucks deep eternal, gathers … Continue reading

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Monsoon rains

Umbrella raised as unfurled whisper, to hang through sodden mood, released like dreams of strawberry perfumed, and fresh-baked bread, those images seen running toward home as thunder crashed, sun smirked behind fishnet clouds, the wanting storm unsweetened, no sugar for … Continue reading

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Before the wet

The day transfixed by humid heat, Held captive, sullen, stilled; Disturbed by hum of addled fans Which brew the moistened air.

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Monsoon

Green grass groaning in wild wind wake of monsoon’s crooning call; grey sky hung on horizon’s head – the moan of newly born The mantra dark and mournful soars high to crown the day her words wash well the face … Continue reading

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