Rain

rain

All night the rain monster

growled and snarled

around the house;

another blanket,

warm snuggling,

waves roaring.

rainlilies

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24 thoughts on “Rain

      • Both dams full to overflowing! I love to think of them being flushed out like that and taking their captured nutrients down through dry old gullies as they flow away, enriching the soil as it goes. I’m looking forward to lagoon shots – has it been wild? It’s quite cool here but barely any wind and only a few showers so far.

    • Hi Gilly, We had cool showers this morning, no sun to warm the water, but we did not mind a bit! Blue skies made a small curtain call late today, so it might be a dry night πŸ™‚

  1. Very nice. The rain looks abundant and blessing, and I can hear the waves… no, wait, that’s the 80-kmph winds…
    PS I like your current choice of turquoise-on-slate blog colouring.

    • wow, hope you survived the winds, weather is becoming ‘stronger’ as a result of temperature rise … we had about 200ml of rain, but it seems to have stopped this afternoon πŸ™‚ Thanks for blog colour feedback …. it has not annoyed me enough to want to change it πŸ˜‰

  2. The rain monster has hit South East Queensland with a fury in places, but we so needed it. Being Australia it some times doesn’t know when to stop. I’m pleased the garden is getting a soaking before we leave it all behind for 6 months. You must be happy to have the dams full

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