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You speak in cloudbursts

Torrential tongue

Twisting words to suit your weather

I have news for you

The forecast isn’t bleak

The sky isn’t falling though you

May be chicken and I, little

Your drizzle will fizzle

And I can play in the rain

 

 

For Kim’s quadrille prompt over at dVerse Poets Pub.

44 words of fun using the word “rain”.

Image credit: pixabay.com

 

21 responses »

  1. I love, “the sky isn’t falling through you.”

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  2. No the forecast isn’t bleak at all, smiles ~ Go ahead and play in the rain !

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  3. You tell him, Mish. I like the chicken little reference, and that you can play in the rain either way! Like, nyah, nyah!

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  4. Wonderful! “You speak in cloudbursts / Torrential tongue” is terrific, and the last line is perfect.

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  5. Wonderful writing! I love the reference to ‘Chicken Little’.

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  6. Nice line: “The sky isn’t falling though you”

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  7. Ooh, power poem. Love how you give it to torrential tongued cloudburst speaking word twisters that want to rain on others.

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  8. A wonderful cloudburst Quadrille, Mish! I love the alliteration and power of ‘Torrential tongue /
    Twisting words to suit your weather’. My favourite lines:
    ‘Your drizzle will fizzle
    And I can play in the rain’!

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  9. Oh the defiance… we need that for all the pessimist… let’s puddle and have fun in the rain

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  10. Such a gorgeous cloudburst quadrille, Mish! 💜

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  11. Oh, should we see rainbows through the rain and change our perspective!

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  12. Ignore the forecasters of doom…go make a splash!

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  13. Nice message about inner strength and resilience.

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  14. This is wonderful. You tell all of them!

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  15. Little & fizzle & drizzle!! Bravo! Just love this!

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  16. Wow. A very different take on the prompt, but well done. I like. 🙂

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  17. This feels like a perfect human portrayal..I love these lines: ‘Torrential tongue,
    Twisting words to suit your weather’ and the ending section where the speaker insists on not believing in calamity and plays in the rain.

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  18. This is FANTASTIC:
    “Torrential tongue”

    And “your drizzle will fizzle.”

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  19. Haha, yes. So much drama sometimes! You clearly are ‘playing in the rain’ with this one.

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  20. This one is fun. Am wondering if the forecast is metaphorical. Either way, we can always dabble in a drizzle.

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  21. Love this forecast! I used a smattering of rain analogy in my offering as well. “You speak in cloudbursts, Torrential tongue, Twisting words to suit your weather”- Yes! Brilliant. Haha, we littles sometimes just have to wait for the “drizzle to fizzle.”😊

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