Weathering

Car No Go

There are cruel winters, cruel summers……

You accept them as best you can

Bear them with disgruntled perseverance

Holding inside a small ache, an annoyance…….

Occasionally you yell at the weather……

A healthy madness, a mild mania…….

The day does not hear your voice…….

You shovel snow from sidewalks

Wipe the sweat from your brow

Waiting for temperate relief

A new climate of reason……

You even pray for the return

Of an older compassionate forecast…….

The meteorologist smiles at this…….

For now…….. you must

Blow heat into your hands

Hide inside your air conditioning……..

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16 Responses to Weathering

  1. Anony Mole says:

    “Seasons change and so did I. You need not wonder why” – The Guess Who
    If we could just get Earth to stand up straight…

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  2. Oh my! Where do you live? I don’t want this type of weather coming round my neighborhood anytime soon. Ha.

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  3. gaillovesgod says:

    Wow! to the pic and to the poem!

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  4. You get my ‘WOW’, too. Best wishes, and HAPPY HOLIDAYS.

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  5. ivors20 says:

    Whether or not, this is a wondrous weather poem.

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  6. Josh says:

    Weather is a fickle thing isn’t it ! I have lived in places where on half of my house it was raining and the other it was complete sunshine!

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  7. I can relate. We get snow from the beginning of November. I never complain about heat, no matter how hot or humid it gets.

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  8. vivachange77 says:

    Great poem and I love the picture!

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  9. I know these times way too well! Thanks for writing!

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  10. Ali Grimshaw says:

    Yes, we must weather this currently reality. This too shall pass.
    I always enjoy your writing and poetry is a great way to cope.

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  11. The weatherman smiled …

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  12. kirizar says:

    Is just me, or did anyone read a political meaning into this piece?

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