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Tongue in Cheek
by Dr. Uma Asopa
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  This morning is a shade
between bright and mellow;
tongue in cheek is this day's mood.

Sun hides behind the clouds
but it's not dark.
Intermittently it drizzles
then stops
like the journeys endlessly walked
between doubts and hopes.

Crickets and frogs perceive restive air.
Unanimously they make
music for a rain call.

This moment is one of realization --
the night has ended without a rain
but morning is still expectant.
Is it remnant of the night's desperation?
Or a rain's forecast?

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September 14, 2008
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