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StormSpinner's Delight
by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
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Image (c) 2007, Karla Dorman


Humidity, scraped out
of the air, to bother
us no more.  South breezes
become west and then North -
dryline/frontal passage.
The severe storms that were
expected formed off to
the East - a beautiful
sun plays hide and seek with
leftover cloudiness -
a red sky at night is
a StormSpinner's delight.  :)

(c) 2008, Karla Dorman (5/7) 



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Reviewed by Janice Beaty Hamilton
Brings to mind..... after life's offensive storms, a red sky at night is what we all seek... you are awesome! Blessings, Janice
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
Lovely picture and great write,,........M
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
And Your Poem Of A Storms Expression Is Also A Delight For Us To Read Karla
Embraced ~ Embrassť
Vickie
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Your delight delights us, beautifully done Karla!

Love,
ET
Reviewed by Jerry Engler
No twister for the ultimate twister in a poem herself. Better to enjoy nature, isn't it, and you didn't even have to join the navy to write this.....Jerry
Reviewed by Michael Guy
That's the best way to get a cool front in TX, with no price tag to pay! I should think you are running out of fronts right about this time of year now. I enjoy your poetic log entries...michael
Reviewed by Bonnie May
Delightful my stormspinner well done! So glad it blew by and you have your blue sky. Love ya, Bonnie
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Love your last two lines, StormSpinner!
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot
Oh Wow, this grabs yah...Like the old saying, Red sky in the morn, shepherds warning.. I loved it...Ty Karla xx hugs Chezza
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
There most be a big spider in the sky weaving all those storms up there to catch what?

Georg
Reviewed by Connie Faust
"A beautiful sun plays hide-and-seek with leftover cloudiness" You missed your calling, Karla. Weather forcasters should take a course from you before graduating. Their "partly cloudy" or "partly sunny" pales in comparison before your delightful weather reports!
Rain's headed here, and we need it; had a brief burning ban in effect, which was lifted last week, but blow some more rain our way, if you will.

Love,
Connie
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
Another beautiful write you share with us Karla, I am enjoying them much dear. Thank you for sharinmg.

Newfie Hugs are on the way, Rose
Reviewed by Tiana ~ (Reader)
Sounds delightful, Karla ... Loved the images ... hugs
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Yeah, and the line of storms and rain that left you is heading for us...oh well, my car will get washed if nothing else & Rufuz loves the cooler weather...
Reviewed by Flying Fox Ted L Glines
"Red sky at night,
Sailor's delight;
Red sky at morning,
Sailor's warning."

The original origins of this Nursery Rhyme can be traced to the Bible:
Matthew 16:2-3 Until I looked it up, I always thought it was an old maritime ditty. Apparently, it is much older than that.

In England it was shepherds. In America it is sailors. In Texas it is our own StormSpinner!

Good one, Karla!

Ted
Reviewed by John Leko
well written images you pen Karla...leftover cloudiness and the sun...I like this.
John
Reviewed by Olita Williams
Humidity scraped out of the air...what a feeling and image! How do you do it? I love this poem!!! Congratulations.
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
I liked this a lot, Karla...especially your last lines!
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
beautiful!
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota
Delightful, just like the stormSpinner!!!
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Great writing sweet lady,I agree you are our weather Poet...stay safe and well...HUgss
Reviewed by Charlie
And ours too, now that you mention it-- what a fabulous picture! --Charlie
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Love it and also the old version of Sailors delight. Well done Karla.
hugs
fee
Reviewed by Cryssa C
"Humidity, scraped out of the air..." Always a good thing in my book!
Your words are always a good thing in my book, too... How I would love a book of your weather poetry.

Cryssa :~)
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
You ARE the Weather Poet!! The atmosphere becomes charged with your dynamic imagery in verse. Very well penned; a stellar forecast of a write! No severe weather here; severe clear all the way (thank God!)!! Okay, a few "fair weather clouds", but what the hay?? We can handle that! (After the moderate risk of tornadoes forecasted earlier!)

(((HUGS))) and much love, your twink, Karen Lynn ("StormFraider"). :D LOL
Reviewed by Paul Berube
Well done as usual Karla.
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