Worldly Conversation


The earth now told me by and by,
“Send a message to my in-law Sky.”
What is this message I should know?
“Send the rain to me, Sir Earth, below”
And how shall I send this message, perchance?
“That’s why I picked you– you must dance”

Photo by James Veldhorst

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30 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. caridwen
    Aug 24, 2011 @ 11:34:49

    I really like this one! Thank you!

    Reply

  2. brian
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 15:45:26

    ha…and you make the words dance…we kinda danced ours away today…it started with sleet, then freezing rain…but now the sun does shine…

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    • wordcoaster
      Oct 29, 2011 @ 16:02:38

      Thanks! Yuck, sleet and freezing rain in October? It needs to wait for a few more days: that’s acceptable November weather. Glad you’ve got some nice weather to enjoy for the time being πŸ™‚

      Reply

  3. claudia
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 15:51:52

    i think all the weathermen on tv should dance to bring the weather message..smiles..nicely played..

    Reply

  4. Shawna
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 16:05:02

    I love this: β€œSend a message to my in-law Sky.” I never miss out on a good rain dance. Too cute. πŸ™‚

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  5. tinkwelborn
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 16:52:32

    this poem’s got great rhythm & rhyme …great Job! it’s like the old Romantics’ version. neat conversation going on here.

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    • wordcoaster
      Oct 29, 2011 @ 17:02:46

      Thanks! I didn’t stick to a consistent meter, but I think that adds to the whimsical danciness of it. Glad you found this to be more than “patter” πŸ™‚

      Reply

  6. leah J. Lynn
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 16:55:31

    Cute and clever work

    Reply

  7. tashtoo
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 17:11:34

    With a Nor’easter blowin this way, I’m praying it’s rain! Loved the write, the sing song play with the words…and more than fitting as I sit here watching out my window, waiting to see what Sir Earth is really dancing for!

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  8. zongrik
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 18:49:52

    I like how the rain will dance, and it certainly does when it hits a very hard surface.

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  9. somewhereamelody
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 18:58:16

    A beautiful, lyrical poem.
    A joy to read.

    Reply

  10. Mary
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 19:30:39

    Lovely completion….thank you.

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  11. Ravenblack
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 20:31:50

    By all means, dance! πŸ™‚ Love the lightness of this.

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  12. Anna Gramme (@hypercryptical)
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 20:48:23

    Clever stuff – are you still dancing?

    Anna :o]

    Reply

  13. Nick Rolynd
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 21:12:52

    Oh, I loved this! Personification plus family relations. Always fun there. =)

    Reply

  14. marousia
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 22:32:54

    Gorgeous – I see the dance πŸ™‚

    Reply

  15. Beth Winter
    Oct 30, 2011 @ 09:29:29

    What an enchanting conversation!

    Beth

    Reply

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