Tags » Wetness

the pote

what seemed unimaginable
grief
the lock
as if there were difference
or no dancing
inside unseen and wet
they’ve wed
fed in cyclical soaking
the dam
and the water kept

Poetry

What is that, wet?

One of the most real, shared experiences that we have as humans is non-existent in the true sense of cause-and-effect reality. The sense of wetness. 474 more words

Education

Uncharacteristic Wetness

Over and over, day after day, waves of precipitation have been┬ádumping rain on top of the rain from the day before. Even though we might get a couple of dry days every so often between the waves, it hasn’t been enough time for the ground to drain. 188 more words

Chronicle

Walking

Wetness saturates the air with droplets. Overhanging maples, with run-off teased by breezes, splatter upon my slicker. Around me, shrubs pay homage to the once cracked ground, oozing underfoot and chilling my sandaled-toes. 186 more words

Blogs

Why Water is Wet

Hello and welcome back to another week of dependable deception and reliable lies here at Factually Deficient! This week, I will answer a question posed by a good friend of mine. 260 more words

Blatant Lies

The Calm Before the Storm

The first day of February and it continues to be rainy and wet with an overall feeling of just blah. Luckily we have been able to let the girls out to roam quite a bit more lately. 772 more words

Leaky Tilley

Rain, rain, go away
Leave my world cold and gray
If that’s what wipes your windscreen, but
Please lose the rain, no matter what

Water falling from a cliff… 48 more words

Poetry