In Conversation by Candace Meredith

 

The rain is such

A drought the

little girl says

and other oxymorons.

 

The bitter dryness

and seclusion of

being indoors – a

cause by the rain

(a metaphor among

the silence).

 

The rain is a drought

her father says like

love is a red rose

he eyes her mother –

 

conversely, rain is

an exquisite sunshine

she interjected –

how do you say

says the little girl.

 

How can you hate

the rain, her mother

jokes, when you love

all the flowers she says.

 

I told you love is a red

Rose laughs

the father….

Conversely says the daughter

rain is love.

 

© Candace Meredith

Contemplation

Excerpt from the book Contemplation

$10.00 Plus Shipping ~ Available at CTU Publishing Group and Amazon.com


Candace Meredith About the Author

Candace Meredith earned her Bachelor of Science degree in English Creative Writing from Frostburg State University in the spring of 2008. Her works of poetry, photography and fiction have appeared in literary journals Bittersweet, Backbone Mountain Review, Anthology 17, Greensilk Journal and The Broadkill Review.  She currently works as a Freelance Editor for an online publishing company and has earned her Master of Science degree in Integrated Marketing and Communications (IMC) from West Virginia University. Her first effort in writing a collaborative children’s book is a progress in the making and Candace anticipates seeing completion of the book in 2017.

Visit Candace’s Author Page At: www.ctupublishinggroup.com/candace-meredith.html

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