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Silver Lining

The sun rose more than an hour ago But the morning is a dismal gray. Windows are fogged with a clinging mist Looks like we're in for a rainy day. The sky is overpowering the sea. Visibility is restricted. Dune fences slick from hard driving rain. Have been uprooted, torn, and twisted. I struggled to keep an upbeat mood, but my demeanor was sinking fast. When out on the choppy slate gray sea A pod of dolphins went popping past. Slick silver skin, triangular fins. Undaunted by inclement weather. They frolicked and splashed in the water. And right then, my mood got much better.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2014

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