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by Walter Wingate
The thunder clap may clatter – / The lichtnin' flare awa': / I'm listenin' to the water, / ...
by Ken Morrice
The sun’s been tint for weeks. Deid maybe. / Likely drooned. Water’s aaplace, teemin doon / gutters and branders, rinnin aff the slates, / floodin pavements.
by Percy Bysshe Shelley
I bring fresh showers for the thirsting flowers, / From the seas and...
by Edwin Morgan
Kiss me with rain on your eyelashes, / come on, let us sway together, / under the trees, and to hell with thunder. / ...
by Makerita Va’ai
Rain, symbolic of a loss / of friend or foe / an ally or enemy / a chief or commoner / a native or foreigner / plagued by death / signifies a...
by Norman Bissell
Sometimes here / it’s hard to tell / the sound of the wind / from the sound of the waves / or the sound of the waves / from the...
by Frank Chipasula
for James / / The rain washed the coat of the wind, / dusted the nose of the mountain, / licked the blood off its peak, / and rinsed...
by Nii Ayikwei Parkes
Wild harmattan winds whip you / but still you stay; / they spit dust all over your gleam / and twist your sharp cutting edges. / ...
by Niyi Osundare
The roofs sizzle at the waking touch, / talkative like kettledrums / tightened by the iron fingers of drought / / Streets break into liquid dance / gathering legs...
by Tishani Doshi
I forgot how Madras loves noise / Loves neighbours and pregnant women / And Gods and babies / / And Brahmins who rise / Like fire hymns...
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