Thursday, January 14, 2010

SUMMER RAIN

Soothing warm weather
Utterly refreshing; pleasant
Many rainy days
Mindful farmers pray
Earnestly giving thanks
Relief for crops


Rain showers evoke
An unexpressed glee
Impulsively I dance
Natives going wild



21 comments:

  1. I am going to send my comment via email, ok... ?

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  2. Makes me think of a child in the rain. I can almost smell it

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  3. This is good..

    BTW I tried my hand at Acrostics last nite..and honestly I guess I need to learn a lot..

    By the time I reach the last alphabet I lose the track..

    Here is my incomplete attempt..I know I suck at it..(Need some lessons)

    W- Winter was warm, while she grew cold
    I- I had been silent for a long while
    N- Not too many words had she told
    T- Tis is life I know
    E- Everything comes to an end
    R- Ripping your heart apart
    S-

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  4. I know that dance...it brings the rain and thanks it at the same time...

    Thanks for this!!

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  5. hw b'fully u hav presented the nature's beauty..'Rain showers evoked.An unexpressed glee'
    luved the poem..:)

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  6. "Impulsively I dance" Love that line. It shows how the rain not only awoke the world and the crops, but you as well. Wonderful.

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  7. "Impulsively I dance" Love that line. It shows how the rain not only awoke the world and the crops, but you as well. Wonderful.

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  8. Amias;

    I'm sorry I failed you in this.

    Really sorry! I'd make-up soon!

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  9. MIssy;

    Innocence is pure bliss, isn't it?

    :)

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  10. Dev;

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    Ripping your heart apart though
    Struggling to keep the warmth

    Maybe this would work.

    Now you can post it as your new blog in your space.

    Not bad, in fact it's well written and seems not neophyte's work at all.

    We at AO follows a standard like 2 or 3 words per line.

    But we can write acros in any way we like Dev, and yours came out so well.

    Keep up!

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  11. tHanks Mads;

    but this piece went through a lot of revisions, thanks to Amias...:)

    :)

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  12. Saras;

    thanks!!!

    not really good...suicidal work huh!

    only me and Amias knows that!

    :)

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  13. HI Eva;

    Thanks so much! glad you like it!

    Singing in the rain, have you tried? at the top of your voice till your lungs would almost burst out?

    I have done that and i feel so happy doing it!

    :)

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  14. I enjoyed this very much. Felt every word.

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  15. Sandy;

    thanks so much!
    good evening here!

    :)

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  16. Amity, you've captured a feel of peace in this acrostic, touching on the reflective effect which rain brings. I love rain, wish it would drizzle five days a week :) Sometimes sun is good. I like this the best:

    Rain showers evoke
    An unexpressed glee
    Impulsively I dance
    Natives going wild

    Nice imagery.

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  17. is it sumer already...y i ask...i cant imagine anyting unless i see...and yu hav lovely creativity during winter :)

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  18. Sharla;

    thanks a lot dear...i guess all of us feel the same way...:)

    have a great week ahead...:)

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  19. Hey HaRy;

    ...no summer yet, but since that's a prompt at AO, i need to write as though i am in summer bloom...:)

    our place is too cold to feel summery now...:)

    have a great week ahead!

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