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Flippant in Fall

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In the heart of autumn

I watch the thunderheads

Shading skies in charcoal

As retro rain of spring

Spits in rebellious spurts

Does it hurt to be compliant

And follow season’s rule-book?

Or is Mother Nature bored

Tired of the yuck of it all

 

 

For De’s Quadrille prompt over at dVerse Poets Pub. You can “Q” it too!

Just write a poem of 44 words, sans title, including the word “yuck”.

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13 responses »

  1. SO many awesome phrases here!
    “thunderheads

    Shading skies in charcoal”

    “rebellious spurts” and “retro rain”

    MUCH to love here, Mish.

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  2. Everyone seems to be getting retro rain this year. It’s uncanny. You’re right, I think it’s spitting rebellious spurts Love the clever imagery

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  3. You slid the ‘yuck’ in so cleverly – unexpected ending to a beautiful poem.

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  4. I love this one — especially the phrase “retro rain.”

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  5. We’re getting bored with the yucky weather this fall, for sure!

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  6. Love this one, Mish, especially those ‘thunderheads / Shading skies in charcoal’ and rain splitting in ‘rebellious spurts’ – I can hear it!

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  7. Beverly Crawford

    Autumn says yuck to summer and paints her world in glorious colors for a change of pace (at least in the Northern Hemisphere)

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  8. Love the music and the humour in this.

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  9. I love the thought of a rebellious fall saying yuck to us all

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  10. It seems that Mother Nature loves all the yuck.

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  11. Great lines here:

    “As retro rain of spring

    Spits in rebellious spurts”

    I think you’re on to something; perhaps mother nature is done with all of this too.

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  12. So much to love here especially; “Shading skies in charcoal.” ❤

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