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Poem of the Week

Weather Channel

No matter how conditions get,
I always hope they won’t be dry.
I watch them on the Internet

And like my weather Welsh and wet
(Old blood). Let Arizona fry.
No matter how conditions get

I do not care to steam and sweat;
I go outside and scan the sky
After I’ve checked the Internet.

A hurricane? No, I don’t fret.
I’ve seen them, so away I fly
Before the bad conditions get

So bad that no one can forget
How bad they got. Quite frankly, I
Can watch them on the Internet

And run away with small regret
I did not stay at home and die.
No matter how conditions get,
I watch them on the Internet.

~ R.S. Gwynn