In response to a prompt at The Miss Rumphius Effect.
The model for this poem was Marilyn Singer’s What Water Can Be
(from How to Cross a Pond: poems about water)
Late spring deluge begins
Cloudburst whipping rain and wind
Puddles form on vacant land
Small animals seek shelter
Rainbows expand across farms
Roots swelling from moisture
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