The weight of water

The weight of water can be seen
when ice pulls branches down.
With heavy load they sadly lean,
a silver coat on brown.

Blue skies give hope to lose the weight
as melting ice starts dripping,
which resurrects the burdened state
and has the branches flipping.

The water on the ground then lies,
its weight seemingly low.
Then either sunrays make it rise
or it sinks down below.

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Wonderful pictures found connections to my fantasy. All kinds of contemporary themes popped up, so I made partly funny, partly serious rhymes about society, psychology, nature – and climate, of course. The poems are short so that it is no trouble to read them again, advisably one at a time, to more fully enjoy it.

Autorin: Anne Reimerdes
Taschenbuch: 70 Seiten
ISBN-13: 979-8615319310
Erschienen: 18. Februar 2020

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