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actually the sun has eventually come out, but even so....
I don't think I'm quite on the same wavelength with the Norwegians!
Laughing 'cause I'm longing for rain.
I'm with you - haven't seen a rainbow in weeks
hello crafty green poet, well i share your sentiment. more balance in the form the weather takes would be really great but i'll add this little twist - if you love rain as much as sun (as i do) then it's actually not that bad!! the rest of my family wishes for sun, sun, and more sun by the way!! i hope you have a sunny day!!! steven
Dave - I think if you live in Norway you need to be on that wavelength....Deb- oh I know, it seems to be extremes everywhere...Elizabeth - no, where are they all? Steven - I actually don't mind the rain, its just there's been so much of it.....
I echo that sentiment Juliet - you have sunshine, the clouds are all down here in Yorkshire at present.
Dear Juliet, well if it were only a matter of clothes...I agree with the end of your poem, maybe the Norwegians love irony in a way...Thank you for the comment on "Mountains".
Oh yes Juliet! Let us all pray to the Sun God, your poem as a prayer?:) Dreadful summer and all that beautiful ---very wet green we cannot enjoy...
The glorious Ra does not like Scotland. Although this Canadian does mind the cooler weather...sorry...
Oh lord, how I agree, yesterday my neighbour told me I should go and live in India, he may be right!
I rather agree with the Norwegians!! But I'm sending you my wishes for a sunny Edinburgh weekend anyway!!
Lovely. I love that I can feel the want. It makes it perfect.T
Only when my drier brokedid I realiseI missed the sun
I miss the sun too when it's gone for very long. Nice poem. That last stanza is my favorite.
The poem is a rainbow, a smile in the end versus and an arching sky in the middle. Beautifully made, Juliet.
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