Rain  

duststormdiva 52F
7253 posts
1/25/2006 10:53 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Rain

Tapping on the window,
I know I have heard it before.
The sound it comes again,
It comes knocking at my door.

In my sleep I hear it,
I wonder what it might be?
That familiar sound,
It begins to wake me.

I hear the sky rumbling,
The lightning strikes the ground.
I focus on the window,
And see puddles all around.

The dryness of the desert,
Is moistened by the rain.
DustStorms are delayed,
As puddles slowly drain.

The wind is blowing strong,
As the rain pours down.
The clouds above are thick,
Covering this small town.

But the sadness in my heart,
Is just knowing that it will end.
The rain is slowly stopping,
Come again, rain, my dear friend.

Inspirational Thought:

"Look deep, deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."
~ Albert Einstein ~



DustStormDiva



slidein2meplz 63F
1994 posts
1/26/2006 1:29 am

Yes, we love the rain here don't we Dusty?

~~~ Just me, poppin to say HI! ~~


KC_JJ 55M

1/26/2006 3:52 am

Not gettin'enough here.

In both rainfall and something else.

Science will still take forever to make the connection between collective emotions and the weather. That being that it will be quite some time until the emotionometer is developed to that level and scale.

But it is indeed emotions that cause/drive the weather. If the true power of emotions could be harnessed we could more than send rockets to he moon with them.

In film school we learned of a technique called 'the pathetic fallacy' (not pathetic phallus). The pathetic fallcy is technique filmmakers frwquently use in which the internal motion of the characters is reflected in the external weather environment.

I remember the teacher saying "it sounds like a corny thing to do but it nearly will always get you a powerful effect".

That's because of the inherent connection between the weather and emotions.

The Native American Indians were quite cued into this sort of thing though. In that regard they far outpace modern science.

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kyplowboy22 63M

1/26/2006 6:07 am

Nice change up, Dusty, glad you all got some rain.

kpb


_Safira 55F
11260 posts
1/26/2006 10:57 am

I want the rain on a tin roof ... gentle day turning into the gloaming, rolling into the night ... and laying in bed with ______________. *sigh* This was lovely.

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duststormdiva 52F
6854 posts
1/26/2006 8:13 pm

Yes, it certainly didn't last long enough though.

DustStormDiva


duststormdiva 52F
6854 posts
1/26/2006 8:17 pm

    Quoting KC_JJ:
    Not gettin'enough here.

    In both rainfall and something else.

    Science will still take forever to make the connection between collective emotions and the weather. That being that it will be quite some time until the emotionometer is developed to that level and scale.

    But it is indeed emotions that cause/drive the weather. If the true power of emotions could be harnessed we could more than send rockets to he moon with them.

    In film school we learned of a technique called 'the pathetic fallacy' (not pathetic phallus). The pathetic fallcy is technique filmmakers frwquently use in which the internal motion of the characters is reflected in the external weather environment.

    I remember the teacher saying "it sounds like a corny thing to do but it nearly will always get you a powerful effect".

    That's because of the inherent connection between the weather and emotions.

    The Native American Indians were quite cued into this sort of thing though. In that regard they far outpace modern science.
If I am understanding you right, I certainly understand how emotions are effected by the weather conditions.

As a teacher I have noticed that the full moons have an impact on students behavior. I have also noticed that the wind and the rain has an equal amount of impact on students behavior. Sunny days seem to have the best effect on how people behave.

DustStormDiva


duststormdiva 52F
6854 posts
1/26/2006 8:18 pm

    Quoting kyplowboy22:
    Nice change up, Dusty, glad you all got some rain.

    kpb
Thanks kyplowboy. We needed the rain. Glad we got it.

DustStormDiva


duststormdiva 52F
6854 posts
1/26/2006 8:19 pm

    Quoting _Safira:
    I want the rain on a tin roof ... gentle day turning into the gloaming, rolling into the night ... and laying in bed with ______________. *sigh* This was lovely.
I am sure I can figure out who _________________ is. *grin* And I must say, good choice.

DustStormDiva


docdirk 49M

1/26/2006 8:36 pm

There's something about heavenly rain falling from a nighttime sky that makes me want to lie awake with the covers pulled tight, still as can be, simply listening.

Wanna join me?

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duststormdiva 52F
6854 posts
1/26/2006 10:33 pm

    Quoting docdirk:
    There's something about heavenly rain falling from a nighttime sky that makes me want to lie awake with the covers pulled tight, still as can be, simply listening.

    Wanna join me?
Of course!

DustStormDiva


tillerbabe 57F

1/27/2006 12:08 am

Ahhhhh.. yes beautiful showers!


duststormdiva 52F
6854 posts
1/27/2006 2:35 am

    Quoting tillerbabe:
    Ahhhhh.. yes beautiful showers!
Beautiful legs!

DustStormDiva


duststormdiva 52F
6854 posts
1/29/2006 12:07 am

Come on in, honey, let me dry you off.

DustStormDiva


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