APRIL SHOWERS! – PROMPT #103
In Buffalo, we’ve been inundated with heavy downpours, so this prompt is simple. Write a rain poem. They say April showers bring May flowers. My daughter is getting married at the end of May and will be needing the blooms. Combine any of the above to write your piece. Rain, April/May, Flowers, Beautiful Brides (Yes, I am biased! – Walt)
MARIE ELENA’S RAIN HAIKU:Tap spring patter step
Raindrops on a tin roof stage
© Copyright Marie Elena Good – 2013
RAIN ON THE TIN ROOF OF “OUR” CABIN IN THE HOCKING HILLS OF OHIO
(Thanks to Keith Good for the audio/video clip.)
WALT’S REIGNING POEM:
SEVENTH INNING DRENCH
Bleacher seats along the third base line,
which are fine when the sun shines.
But an April start has us darting for cover.
Baseball lovers with slickers and gloves
watching the grounds crew wrap the infield;
tarps unrolled and the old game takes another hit.
We didn’t sit for very long before the strong
downpour had begun. The only run was for the exit.
Rain check in tow; we’ll give it a go tomorrow.
© Copyright Walter J. Wojtanik – 2013
In keeping with the “Rain” theme, I’ve always thought this was pretty amazing: