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Robert A. Dufresne
There is no thing I have seen like the Florida sky,
Mushroom towers build on bulging dark pillows,
when storm clouds tumble o’er birds on the fly.
Haphazardly honed and shaped by front’s bellows.
Nature daily debuted for my beauty hungry eye.
(In Florida, a short afternoon thunderstorm
in the heat of the day during Summer months
is almost a daily occurrence.)