Friday, September 11, 2015

AN EMOTIONAL TORRENT


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AN EMOTIONAL TORRENT


It's drizzling today. I love when it rains.

Rain turns the brown grass green, 

clears the air of pollutants, 

and feeds thirsty roots.

It's inclement again. I hate rain.

Rain shields the sun, limits fun, 

and when the clouds go dark, 

my mind follows.

It's pouring today. I love the rain.

Rain washes away blood,

 leaves my soul shiny and new, 

and promises forgiveness.

It's still damp. I hate rain.

Rain creates a gloomy day,

the mind wanders, 

and memories of murder 

haunt with desires for more.

It's storming now. 

I love a tempest,

 especially when

 I've murder in mind.

100 words
Yolanda Renee © 2015

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17 comments:

  1. Wow, Girl. And 100 words. I know I say this a lot, but you are killer at these.

    Happy Weekend.

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    1. Thanks, Ivy.
      I enjoy writing them that's for sure, and honestly, I just go where the picture takes me.

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  2. I got the message loud and clear! This could take you to lots of places! Excellent response to the prompt! :-)

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    1. Hi Denise, Thanks, rain seems to affect the emotions more negatively than the sun.

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  3. Wow! Loved the way you've penned the emotions.

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    1. Thanks Kiran! Outside influences are so important!

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  4. Love and hate, so close in emotion and murder on their mind - great writing.

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  5. The manic mind, back and forth. Excellent!

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  6. Hahaha, excellent Yolanda. I was swept away by your FF. I couldn't stop reading. I loved the thoughts. Flip-flopping along.There are many ways to interpret this, my friend. That is fabulous FF. When the author writes it like you do.
    :-) xoxo

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  7. Dang, girl, this is really good! But, um, remind me not to hang out with you during the monsoon season...

    Happy weekend!

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  8. Wow. That is good. I love the way it switches back and forth. . .and so effortlessly! I'm applauding.

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  9. This one made me smile. It's full of creeepy! I'm wondering if there are two culprits, or one has MPD, or if it's just a cat hunting birds! lol

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