11.25.2017

Rainy Days & Mondays

Stay inside
it’s raining
rain of disquiet
inviting
discordantly fine
rain-on-the-roof harmonies
imploring us to
stay inside

#25 of 30 Poems In November to benefit Center For New Americans. Today’s theme is RAIN. Sharing in the Imaginary Garden, where the Toads have been let loose on our November themes!

10 comments:

  1. I like the idea of rain-on-the-roof harmonies! Beautifully done, Marian!❤️

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  2. I love what you are doing here with a poem every day :)
    Rainy days are best enjoyed at home <3

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  3. The harmony of the rain on the roof... love it from inside.

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  4. I never thought the rain could doo-wop an invitation to stay in but, whoop, there it is. Great challenge Marian!

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  5. No umbrella can keep us dry from that kind of chaos. Inside, it is.

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  6. Rain on a tin roof is one of the most comforting reassuring sounds I know especially in the summer time.Nice poem.

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  7. You captured the tempo of the rain so well. Sounds like a pyjama day to me.

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  8. hangin around...nothin t'do but frown...hey, is anyone else getting hungry? (I know, hell's maw gapes for me.)

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  9. never heard rain as curfew before but get your meaning Marian - clever!

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  10. I love the sensation of being inside while rain drums on the windows, and this poem captures that perfectly! With a hint of unease, too, which makes it all the more intriguing...

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