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I wake up early and watch light
slither beneath tight blinds
licking shadows with its soft tongue.

Night stirs in wrinkled sheets
their musky scent redolent
of earth probed with loving hands
seeds planted.


I open my umbrella and shake it awake
from dreams of rain.

We walk into a world smudged
by a watery hand

the city a blur of colors

Umbrella dances to the syncopated beat
of rain

drops bursting blossoms
seeding sidewalks

weeds that wet my ankles
and meadow streets.



Jane Butler
, Alamed, California



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