September heights: Rain

this cycle of drops
rising and capture to fall
infinite circles

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About Susan L Daniels

I am a firm believer that politics are personal, that faith is expressed through action, and that life is something that must be loved and lived authentically--or why bother with any of it?
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41 Responses to September heights: Rain

  1. This piece explains the origins of rain better than any science textbook I ever read!

  2. Leo says:

    Educating through haiku? ;) Professor Susan in the house :D

  3. unfetteredbs says:

    comments made me chuckle..

  4. elleceef says:

    Excellent haiku – I love this cycle that is rain.

  5. with these words, i am not afraid to fall.

  6. nelle says:

    The circle game in water.

  7. Dulcina says:

    cycle, circles…, water falling and going up over and over again, so beautifully expressed.
    A haiku jewel, Susan.
    Good for the teacher! :)

  8. Bruce Ruston says:

    nice, the circle of cycles of rain and there stories

  9. Green Speck says:

    Beautifully said !!!

  10. odyzz says:

    wonderfully weaved …you have explained the scientific point through your poetry..lovely!!

  11. Ramesh Sood says:

    Susan, had been a lousy student of science..and I understood something from the comments of everyone..

    But as a poet I have often found myself watching the circles intensely..

    RS:)

  12. Excellently written. The mystery of rainfall demystefied.

  13. Jolly says:

    I’m sure God will be pleased with your simple explanation of his divine process. And so poetic too :)

  14. It comes, it goes, it comes again…rain…

    Seven Rains

  15. Patti says:

    I love the metaphor and imagery here. Endless circles, life. Very good.

  16. This is stunningly written. The “infinite circles” is fantastic. I would like it again if the button allowed :)

  17. a Rachmaninoff of words is what u are!

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