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Moss

Moss: the power of wetness, which takes form in growths which flow, understandably, like water. In the case of the image below, the moss (the power of wetness) collects on the branches of Douglas fir trees in the lee side of a grassland savanna, like rain on twigs. 11 more words

Etymology

Another tale of this heap of sheep

This heap of sheep doesn’t know about brains

if it did

it might use them to design better drains

which could help keep it dry… 15 more words

Poetry

Wetness

It’s the sound that
wincing makes
As I rip up carpet
and other
various flooring in
this
old
farmhouse
Waiting for the rain to start… 17 more words

Writing

Men Who Give Up on Sex After Not Experiencing Instantaneous Wetness.

It seems as though there’s some sort of disconnect between “men’s” expectations of how instantaneously a woman should get wet versus what actually goes in to getting her wet. 166 more words