Rain of Truth

Two short poems

Photo by Lucy Chian on Unsplash

The truth is often like storms in the desert.
It falls and
runs off
some is absorbed
before the sun and wind takes it back to the air

Teaser

Morning Verga by Dana Sanford

Clouds flirt with Earth
rain never quite touching

Our desert here is in a long-term drought. When 9" of moisture per year is normal, it doesn’t take long for things to dry at less precipitation.

Dana Sanford-2021

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