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Kryptonian Rain
by Anupama Ganesh
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  A place where it hardly rains or fogs
It's definitely pouring cats and dogs
Hailstones blasting windows and doors
What freaks of acts nature stores.
 
A darkening of the clouds in the distance
A sudden torrential downpour, a rare incidence
Breaking glasses and people running for cover
Thank God, meanwhile we still have the power.

Roads all wet, slushy and strewn with leaves
The cleaners will have to work with sheaves
We call it the fall except the trees are bare
With heat from the scorching sun to be fair.
 
Monsoon in Arizona is a potent experience
Defies all the laws of nature and science
The hot balmy heat shrivels our skin first
Sudden sprinkles squirts and pierces it in a thrust.
 
This is the place for some adventurous hilarity
A roller-coaster that pleasantly distorts our reality
No wonder the Grand Canyon State perpetually boasts
Different weather forecasts trekking its coasts.
 
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November 02, 2010
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