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Deja Vu
by Ed Matlack
Wednesday, September 29, 2004
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Rainy weather we still got,
The storm cannot find its way to the ocean, yes not,
So we live with the rain and enjoy,
For as long as it is here,
Be honest have we really got a choice?

Déjà vu…


 


The rain has yet to go,


The stormy weather so slow,


Get to work today, oh woe,


But the rain should be gone by then I hope,


 


Do not mind working in the rain,


It does not for me present a strain,


Weather changes are kinda fun,


Better than all the time seeing the sun…


 


Cool it has gotten since the front went through,


In some areas they still seem to need a canoe,


The rain it does bring life, yes it does actually renew,


Each rainstorm like the last, sort of like déjà vu…


                © ed ~ 9/29/04

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Reviewed by Susan Barton (Reader) 9/30/2004
it's nice to get a balance. here in the nw we sometimes get too many grey days in a row
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 9/29/2004
Life according to katy: If we make lemonade from life's lemons, then if life sends rain... GET BAREFOOT! Splashing is allowed! Wheeeeeee katy xox.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 9/29/2004
I love the rain but hate it when the power goes out and I cannot use my PC!!

Lovely poem Ed!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart 9/29/2004
Have I read this one before? Hmmm..........
Reviewed by Rene Swing 9/29/2004
I to do not mind the rain. When it is a gentle rain or a shower. However, the rain that we had yesterday was a pouring rain. I live in Delaware. In Wilmington we had over 6 & 1/2 inches of rain! I needed something other than a car just to go out to feed my horse!....lol.
I enjoyed your poem though.

Love....Rene' xxoo
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 9/29/2004
Yeah, being here in Jersey with you, boo, I'm feeling you. LOL
Reviewed by D May (Reader) 9/29/2004
Ed--ahh...I love rain poems. Love the feel of these type of writes, however, I hope you see the sun soon.
Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz (Reader) 9/29/2004
I have to agree with Eddie K. on this....
swim, boat, splash around with Rufuz.
You have a good philosophy.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 9/29/2004
Do not mind working in the rain,

Wonderful philosophy, Ed; rain is truly a blessing, as you poetically point out. Get barefoot and splash around in some puddles with Rufuz!



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