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2009 Blowing In...
by Ed Matlack

Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The wind today 50 mph plus,

My awning still out, a sail,

Rufuz on his leash hopefully doesn’t flail,

So much wind I’ve never felt,

I’m quite sure the trees do more than cuss…


The camper is moving, it shakes,

These winds are the real McCoy, no fakes,

Surprisingly its not blowing through the windows,

Right now the temp in the mid 40’s,

Not yet no cold weather body ache’s…


A lull in the wind,

Though we may blow into 2010,

Skipping right over the next,

Betcha that would of our new president,

Get him upset & quite vexed…



© ed ~~~ 12/31/08

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Reviewed by Georg Mateos 1/1/2009
You are right (check CNN if don't believe) we are having a breeze that's going tru at 121.3 feet per second! or 82.7 mph, taking hight rise roofs like they were tinsel paper.
And I hear that we just went by shwiiiiiiiiiiiiish! 2009 and...


Reviewed by m j hollingshead 1/1/2009
know the feeling! happy 2009, prospero ano nuevo
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 12/31/2008
Another great write Ed, Hope that wind don't blow you into 2010, it could be the most wonderful year in your life and you don't want to miss it. HAPPY NEW YEAR to you and yours Ed.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Felix Perry 12/31/2008
Gotta love it, sometimes I wish we could skip a year or two but then again sometimes wish I could boucne back one or two. Anyway happy New Year to you and your faithful sidekick.

Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 12/31/2008
I'd hate to be president and inherit all the many problem. Enjoyed the poem Ed, happy new year to you and your family.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 12/31/2008
You had the wind we had last Saturday (the 27th) - I didn't send it to you, it's just the way the wind blows. LOL Stay safe, all I gotta say -

((((HUGS)))) and love, and Happy New Year to you and Rufuz!, Karla.

Did you see the video linked to on my "Storms Before Breakfast" poem? Winds were sustained at around 28, gusting to 40, sometimes even 50 miles an hour: and there I am, out in it, PorchChasing, capturing clouds. SCARY clouds. LOL

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