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  1.  To Rebecca



Naked raindrops wearing tap shoes on tin roof.(at my house this morning!)
by Kay P M- Devenish

Thursday, August 07, 2003

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Raindrops wearing tap shoes,
upon my tin roof drop,
practicing their repartee,
tap tap tapping ,just for me,
thus wakening me up.

Their stage...?
A morn in winter.
Their score...?
Written by God,
and all the dancers enter
each one 'The Star' there of.

First a little solo spot,
then a duet falls,
then the chorus line
in time
crashing down their all.

Inside my bedroom theater,
underneath my sheet,
blankets snug around me,
I hear their busy feet.

The backdrop is the dawning sky
the lights the morning star,
tapping naked on the tin,
(tap shoes ONLY they're wearing!)
clear blue dancers... tumbling,
outdone,each one, so far.

Heavy shoes upon wet feet
tin sounds steel-hard as they beat
comforting these ears they meet
this tiny house
in lofty street
where heartbeats,clapping,are.

Upon the tin roof tapping
eagerly feet fall
millions of them rapping
toward a curtain call.

Snuggled up I beg for ' more,'
but their dance is done,
and I must lie here spellbound
by ....
each

single

one.





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Reviewed by Patricia Gomes 8/8/2003
Exquisite! I love the rain - stanzas three and four echoed here last night as I began to doze - excellent work, dear, much kudos!
Reviewed by Dale Clark 8/8/2003
I love the rain and it's orchestration
on the roof. You've captured it so well.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 8/8/2003
oh, this is absolutely ADORABLE, kay! thanks for sharing this wonderful write; i truly enjoyed this! (((HUGS))) and love, your friend in america, karen lynn. :)
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 8/8/2003
(((kay)))

o, i love this--this is a keeper

PERFECTION!! the imagery is outstanding!

send some of those tap dancing *did you say naked? heehee* raindrops to texas--haven't seen rain in MONTHS

(((((HUGS))))) and thanks for my smiles this morning

love,

karla. :)
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 8/8/2003
Truly perfect, Kay...was doing that at my home yesterday ;-)
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader) 8/8/2003
Kay this is excellant and beautiful!!!!
Ohhhhhh how I love the rain, to be out in it and a part of that great dance!
((((Hugs))))
~Nikki~
Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader) 8/8/2003

Ahhhhh, to be a kid again! Ha ha, I guess you didn't exactly say that :) You captured a moment in your mind and spun it to paper perfectly.

Thanks,
Emilie
Reviewed by Steve Ralph 8/7/2003
this is beautiful Kay i can almost see you laying there listening to the rain.
your pommy pal steve
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 8/7/2003
I love the soothing sound of rain...but sounds better on my head!! LOL!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Jackie Brooks 8/7/2003
Great poem, I love the sound of rain too, on tin, on canvas, on the car roof, just as long as it is not on my head! Jackie <> <
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 8/7/2003
Wwow this one of the best writes I have read on raindrops! This is a gem!
Reviewed by Rick Magers (Reader) 8/7/2003
G'devenin' Kay........Your poetry is pleasing to the eye, and soothing to a tired old brain. I enjoyed every word, going back twice to re-read. Special meaning for me because I put a tin roof on this little mountain home when I built it 17 years ago. A great pleasure is listening to raindrops and squirrels, dancing right above my head.

Thanks for a pleasant trip through your head.
Reviewed by richard poor 8/7/2003
i just knock on the cieling with the broom handle...very good write!!!
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 8/7/2003
Kay.....excellent write.....you have captured much here my friend....I love the sound of rain too.....BHUWAN
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 8/7/2003
One Thing Bout Rain It Washes Away Taht Dirt!

TRASK
Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 8/7/2003
a great one kay
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 8/7/2003
Kay, the rain can be soothing, but it has rained for months on end, and a little sunshine here would be a welcomed friend.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 8/7/2003
Fantastic, creative, whimsical, wondrous, superb! Perfect! This is my kind of write Kay!I love it!;-)!
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip 8/7/2003
Oh, did you ever capture this one, Kay. Great imagery, beautifully choreographed. I too, live in a house with a steel roof. And thanks to you, I will be writing on that subject very soon.
Leland
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