Balcony

It’s raining on my balcony
So how shall I proceed?
It’s forming little puddles.
It’s very wet indeed.
If I go out and stand there I’ll
Get wet inside and out!
I’m worried that the rain won’t stop,
I’m full of dread and doubt!

It’s raining on my balcony.
I don’t know what to do.
I don’t want soggy clothing
Or water in my shoe.
I feel so very panicked,
And I’ll admit, I cried.
But then—a great solution!
I’ll simply stay inside.

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12 thoughts on “Balcony

    1. I used to attend meetings of the Spectacularly Quirky Uniting of Everyone who Likes Clothing Humid (or “SQUELCH,” for short) but they kicked me out for complaining about that exact feeling!

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    1. Yep. Like, if I’m indoors and warm and dry, I’d rather it be raining than sunny outside. Makes perfect sense. Glad you liked the poem, thanks for the comment 😊

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