this cycle of drops
rising and capture to fall
This piece explains the origins of rain better than any science textbook I ever read!
🙂 hopefully just a little bit more fun
Educating through haiku? 😉 Professor Susan in the house 😀
hee, hee. Leo–go sit in the corner for disrupting the class, please.
No way 😛 I’m not a regular student 😉 Just a daily visitor 😀
p.s: thank you for the like on FB page 🙂
most definitely my pleasure 🙂
Thanks so much, George!
comments made me chuckle..
Excellent haiku – I love this cycle that is rain.
with these words, i am not afraid to fall.
Oh, Mari–thanking you. Yes, it is infinite, and so peaceful.
The circle game in water.
oh–you are gong to send me off to You-Tube before I go to bed 😉
cycle, circles…, water falling and going up over and over again, so beautifully expressed.
A haiku jewel, Susan.
Good for the teacher!
nice, the circle of cycles of rain and there stories
Beautifully said !!!
wonderfully weaved …you have explained the scientific point through your poetry..lovely!!
oh, thank you!
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..
oh, yes, Ramesh–I believe the water cycle has a mysticism to it.
Excellently written. The mystery of rainfall demystefied.
thank you, C.
I’m sure God will be pleased with your simple explanation of his divine process. And so poetic too 🙂
I hope so–I certainly would not want to displease…
It comes, it goes, it comes again…rain…
I love the metaphor and imagery here. Endless circles, life. Very good.
oh, thank you, Patti!
This is stunningly written. The “infinite circles” is fantastic. I would like it again if the button allowed 🙂
Oh, Stephen, thank you!
a Rachmaninoff of words is what u are!
Oh goodness, Deb–thanking you again!
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