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POETRY/MOTHER NATURE/BLESSINGS

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Uncommon poetic form — Mondo

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Sniffing and sneezing
Wet rain caressed my dark skin
Why is Mother Nature so?

Old Folks always say
Since long ago forgotten
The sweet drizzle gives the cold.

© I. Trudie Palmer
One Love

Author’s note:-
As always, the light and dark, ying and yang — that is just how it goes. I admit though, I did enjoy those moments in the rain as evidenced by this piece:-

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Ilis Trudie Palmer

Ilis Trudie Palmer

I write on what pleases me, most times offering one dose of upfulness in each story. https://esotericgardenskn.com| https://ko-fi.com/ilistrudiepalmerauthorkn

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