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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: July 11, 2017

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Submitted: July 11, 2017




I ‘standeth’ in awe It warms by day, yet cools at night Of the ocean, of the lake, and from thy wet ground N-o-w evaporate As though still, but invisible e s i r Water vapour now a Rendered cool, droplets form, liquid water born N-o-w condensate Form thy clouds, form thy rain Through winter ‘formeth’ snow again Your varied forms, ever-changing face Whilst humid, vapour in the air contained Exceed beyond thy limit, thy air cannot hold Let the misty atmosphere unfold The tropics of dew Ever condensing from morning air In the cool clear night, quietly escape Cool droplets of dew, morning grass made new

Temperature f a l l Soft crystals n-o-w form Conditions suffice, ‘turneth’ to ice Ever-changing, rendered new

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