Nov 4, 2019
The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind…
Actually, water is not wet…but it gets you wet!!! Water isn’t wet by itself, but it makes other materials wet when it sticks to the surface of them. Water is a liquid and you don’t get wet until you come into contact with it!
Water surrounds me and gets me wet
leaving nothing but a reflection of my former self
Water is a tiny raindrop
On a lady bug
Water is cleansing
Water is raindrops on my windshield
Water is frozen
and shaped into a snowman that smokes a pipe
Water is a misty fog
that hides everything except what is to be seen
Water is rushing
over the edge of a dam
one side calm
the other turmoil
“When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.”
~ Benjamin Franklin
It’s been a good day! I feel that I (think) I’m ready to move on with life and employment. I’ve actually been looking into copywriting…it’s good money and something I know I can do. Tomorrow is a new day and I will be doing more on that end…tomorrow. It’s getting late in the day! For me anyway, I’ve been up since 4am (it is now almost 5pm), and my brain is fighting me!
Hope you have a great day, night or evening
where ever life’s road has taken you!
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