Release MAG

December 3, 2008
By Corinne Herman SILVER, Camarillo, California
Corinne Herman SILVER, Camarillo, California
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Branching asphalt cracks yawn and perspire,
Flowers fold out sunshine pistil tongues,
Silently sip tears from swollen clouds
Watch the sky sigh with mirth.

The leaves of trees crumple and set sail
To the tune of harpstring raindrops,
Of whispers and wishes sent on the wind
By lovers with hands rough from roses.

And, beating, the world quenches lasting thirst
In the pounding marriage of sky and earth,
Filling crevices to make whole what is broken,
Giving sun-chapped souls a chance to breathe.

Until the next release of rain



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on Oct. 5 2010 at 9:21 am
E.Lee GOLD, Akron, Ohio
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sorry, i meant beautiful. =]

E.Lee GOLD said...
on Oct. 5 2010 at 9:20 am
E.Lee GOLD, Akron, Ohio
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it's simply beautil.

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