Ins and Outs of Really Awful Weather and Early Springs.


Some signs of shredded trees, driving water, and flying furniture.

Some signs of shredded trees, driving water, and flying furniture.

 The lightn-in-g has taken the in-ternet out
The satellite dish was blown in,
Which meant, in-side, TV was out with-out doubt,

While thunder out-side made a d-in. 

The rain in great buckets was seen sheeting in,
In road, street-light also went out,
One waded through puddles the inside to w-in,
No sun out was ever ab-out. 

Today I went out with a tramp, Paul-in-e,
Who’s in-variably full of bounce,
But needed re-stitch-in-g to in-tervene –
Quite out of bounce, I must in-nounce.

The spr-in-gs went back in with an in-tricate trick,
One levers out spike in a twist,
Releas-in-g hook out again has to be quick,
With out-stand-in-g flick of the wrist.

© July 2016 Colonialist (WordPress)

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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11 Responses to Ins and Outs of Really Awful Weather and Early Springs.

  1. Ruth2Day says:

    SA is certainly taking a battering at the moment. hope all is back to normal by now

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  2. disperser says:

    I liked but, you know, not really “liked”.

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  3. Pussycat44 says:

    Quite a rhyme to decipher at 5 am, I must admit! I was horrified to see the damage caused by the storm along the coast.

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  4. Joss says:

    It was a good time to be in side as the side out there looks messy and perhaps even dangerous.

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