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Where The Clouds Are Weeping

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Where The Clouds Are Weeping

Trickle tears 'pon velvet sand,
the desert evergreen,
sprouting forth in ushers;
waiting for the moon to see.

The greenest thumb of all,
isn't green;
It's gravity, the push and pull
the subterranean splurge,
whose words deluge;
...wafting in breezes.

Where scarce is emotion,
sorrow is a lake.
Where patient devotion is opaque;
It's transparency becomes infectious.

Reaching high,
where tears resign themselves
to die;
where the clouds are weeping.

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  1. Date: 2/20/2011 3:18:00 PM
    I appreciate your interesting thoughts on where the clouds are weeping, Michael

  1. Date: 2/20/2011 2:52:00 PM
    This makes my eyes glisten, Michael!! I truly love this! Especially the imagery and the wisdom within! Another for my Fav. List! Always, Annalise