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The Slushy Rain Turns To White

Sunday sonnet

Photo by William J Spirdione

It dropped a few degrees as rain began.
A drizzle while I finished my short walk.
What’s that? That sound like pinging on a pan?
That rain had turned to ice. The chickens squawk.

As soon as I could tell them, it’s alright.
A quiet fell and now we’re doing fine.
The freezing rain turned…



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William J Spirdione

William J Spirdione is a poet who writes sonnets and more about nature and the humans within it.