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It's About Time
by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Friday, January 20, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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and the restles winds
converge from four directions
in afternoon heat,

stirring up trouble
in the form of monster flames
that lick the inside

of our nightmares and
stalk the countryside by day :
but hope arrives in

the promise of rain
with changing weather patterns -
and it's about time.  :)

(c) 2006, Karla Dorman. 

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Reviewed by Mary Lynn Plaisance 1/22/2006
I was wondering when the rain was going to come for you. It's pouring over here now. Love the way you put the blazing fires into a poem. ~!~!

Mary Lynn Plaisance
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 1/22/2006
seeeeee I told you so....I have send the rain as promised by snail!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 1/22/2006
At last, I hope the rain ends the fires Karla...
love and peace...

Reviewed by Felix Perry 1/21/2006
Keeping my fingers crossed for ya down there kiddo.

Reviewed by E T Waldron 1/21/2006
Karla I love how you turn these weather conditions into first rate poetry! You do them with the expertise of a master poet! Brava!

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 1/21/2006
I heard that. Delicious rain. Enjoy.
Reviewed by F William Broome 1/21/2006
Your good work here will be
invaluable in my new project;
how to distribute flooding rains
over whole states of burning plains !

- Miracle Man, Bill
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*® 1/21/2006
Glad to hear that the thirst of the dry land is finally being quenched.

Love & Light,
Reviewed by Chanti Niven 1/21/2006
Karla your muse is in full bloom. I love this poem. Great work!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 1/21/2006
I'll Fed-Ex a few boxes of snow, and you can stand under them as they melt! But I do hope you get that much needed rain, Karla.
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 1/21/2006
Glad to see some moisture other than tears falling in your region.
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed 1/20/2006
Karla your concern for drought in your area is so deep that it caprures every reviewer's mind who happens to read your poems. In Africa people worry so much about droughts because of their lack of adequate response and mechanism to cope with the situation. But in a country like America, where people enjoy the most sophisticated technology, what can lack of rain do to their day-to-day life? Do your poems represent a general feeling of the American people or is it just a personal feeling you need to express in a poetic form? I'm interested to know how much an advanced nation like yours would show concern over seasonal failure or delayed rains. Thanks Karla
Your friend and brother Abdi-Noor
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/20/2006
Mood nicely created in haiku meter, Karla. Thank you for sharing this gift. Amour et paix à toi. Ton ami de la C-B, Canada,

Reviewed by Sherry Heim 1/20/2006
Lucky you, Karla...still no rain here. It is a matter of time, I know, but I feel like a kid waiting on the ice cream truck as each day I go out and take a look at the sky. No rain in our forcast either, not even the 10 day, but this is New Mexico and the rain gods rule the clouds, so I am praying hard despite the prediction of fair weather.
Take care,
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 1/20/2006
Doesn't seem as if there is much rain down there according to the national map, but some is better than none & as always I wish you well...Ed

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