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Waiting for the Storm

Storm moving across the valley coming to where I stand at the top of the hill. I see it coming and look forward to it cooling rains know I will get wet but also that the sun will dry my … Continue reading

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Rain Drops

My day starts with raindrops ping-pattering across the roof Fallen logs give off fragrances of life-cycling decay as they create fodder for all who live within. Life in the floresta lives its patterns giving way to new cycles again and … Continue reading

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Rainforest News #16

Lighting bugs, gum drops. Starlight, star-bright, make a wish. Bubbles never break! **************************** Grew up and forgot. Barbie got old, so did I. It’s never too late. **************************** Sunset play is best. Ready or not, here I come! Listen for … Continue reading

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Always

Always there is a sunrise. Above the rain, the sun does shine. The Light is our Creator. Always there is a sunrise. Every man´s heart has a point of light. Awaken, dear ones; let the light shine. Always there is … Continue reading

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Together

We lie together spooned beneath the covers, our bodies warmed by the hours of chatting, dozing, listening to raindrops tapping the beat of our hearts. It is as if we became one, Siamese twins of body and spirit, never wanting … Continue reading

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Phantom Rain

I hear the rain when it is not there, soft patters on the roof, drips from the trees. If my longing for the rain creates it for my heart, what does this yearning for my Creator do? It connects me … Continue reading

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Good Friday

Today the rains soak into the Earth, tears of Our Lady Divine, mother of all. For all mothers who have wept over the fate of a child, I comfort you with the knowing that we are, at all times One … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Reading

Endless rain–again! Sweet tea, good books, frequent naps I’m prepared for rain!

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RAIN

  R enewal of the Earth A ir washed clean I nvigorating freshness N ew beginnings mark Spring

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Wonder of Rain

wonder of rain silver drops plunking pinging, dancing, singing cooling, filling, wetting, thrilling long, hard months without a drop then months when rain never stops R ecycles, rejuvenates, refreshes A rid lands restored I nviting life to spring forth N … Continue reading

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God Calls

Thunder awakens Earth opens to receive rain Mystic hour…God calls

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Rain and More Rain

Rain, hours and hours of rain, rivers of mud, broken branches that can not support one more raindrop. Birds flock to eat the abundant fruit the rainy season brings. Tropical toucans speed through the air making maneuvers of grace their … Continue reading

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Rain of Peace

plink, plink, plink raindrops sound like muted strings of sweet violins frogs add the bass creatures of the floresta murmur their delight i lie snuggled in bed inhaling the scent of earth fresh washed letting my mind wander to new … Continue reading

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Rain Caller

rain caller prehistoric bug ear-splitting tone without pause your tortuous summon we welcome now please rain

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Miracles

Throughout the day we watch fire topple one tree after another. I pack a small bag and prepare to leave as the fire races down the mountain toward my home. The yard fills with monkeys seeking safety–I pray the animals … Continue reading

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Water

We wait for rains to begin; you wait for the flood to recede. Water–giver or taker of life? Balance is needed in all!

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Rainforest News #44

Nine lives has a cat. Divide nine by three gives three. Live your life wisely. *************************** We sing through the night. Our songs and love fill the air. Music heals the earth! ************************** ************************** There once was a girl who … Continue reading

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The Rain of Rainbows

A rainbow arcs above me sending spectrum’s of colored raindrops shimmering to the earth. Pools of yellow, green, red and blue lay at my feet, confetti colors adorn my hair and skin. I lift my face to catch iridescent drops … Continue reading

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Carnival

Today all of Brazil dances the Samba. Streets are filled with dancers in costumes that cost more than a year’s salary and barely covers any part but the head. New Orleans mirrors Rio de Janeiro with parades, balls, drinking and … Continue reading

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Rainforest News #9

Emu ate my sock. Silly bird that can not fly. Onça now eats you! Chirp and sing sweet bird. Breeze tossing leaves in the air. Jasmine fills the night. Cut the grass today. More rain, grass grows to the sky. … Continue reading

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Rainforest News #5

Helicopter hovers Watching men cut ancient trees. Cease this destruction! ************************ Slash and burn the trees, Ancient knowledge disappears. Stop, trees die, we die! ************************ Little boy watches One by one he sees trees fall. Men cut his future. ************************* … Continue reading

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Rainforest News #1

Days and days of rain Poetry flows like water Jungle gets closer. ******************* Puddles become lakes Mildew covers my toothbrush Raindrops bring sweet sleep. ******************* Jack-and-the-bean-stalk easily reaches the sky Rain makes elephants of ants.

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