We stand together, our yellow coats a welcome contribution to the outback palette of red earth and Mitchell Grass.
Two people immersed in the descending chords of rain; one having the time of her life.
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did you have lifeboat hats on too?
it’s like a photograph!
Sounds as if you weren’t having a good time in the outback. 😉
its hard to say what this poem did, but i felt a childlike wonder contrasted with a somber feeling
and liked it a lot
A fun poem – simple and lovely 🙂 Did you mean to spell palatte like that?
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