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Quietly Naked In The Pouring Rain

The rain poured today, cold cold rain on a warm spring day. It was thunderously loud and calmingly silent at the same time.

With the Dixie Chicks’ Fuck You Anthem in our heads, and nothing but each other on our bodies, Kate and I stood in the back yard and enveloped ourselves in thought and reflection. Together and alone with rhythmic sheets of soul cleansing liquid ice.

Not a word was said between us, yet we shared the universe.

This poetry contest will run until March 31st, and voting will go until April 7th.

Your theme will be:

Quietly naked in the pouring rain.

You can add that as a final line, or just make it the theme or focus and not have that line at all. Have fun!

Filed under: Literature, Poetry, Poetry Contests

15 Responses

  1. damewigginsoflee says:

    Janie, your header makes me randy.

    Who can write poetry with a header like that?!

  2. JanieBelle says:

    Good! It’s aspost to!

    Dream a little dream of me!

  3. JanieBelle says:

    Does that mean I give good header?

    Just wonderin’.

  4. damewigginsoflee says:

    Indeed it does, you header master, you! You giveth good header.

    I’ll just have to get accustomed to the idea of wanting to roll around in my nipply nakedness after my visits. It’s not such a bad thing.

    I’m a SINNER!

  5. my god my head hurts
    naked in the pouring rain
    damn where are my clothes

  6. JanieBelle says:

    Oh god, I’ve had days like that!

    Rachael, that cracked me up!

  7. JanieBelle says:

    It’s not a bad thing at all, Dame Wiggly Butt!

    Kisses to you both!

  8. Kristine says:

    Quietly naked in the pouring rain,
    that tree stands like my memory of you
    at tne edge of a promise spoken anew.
    Sky and mist and earth mixed again,
    but now mixed with tears and empty hands
    No voice answers mine, no thunder even
    No questions to ask for no answers given,
    where you once kissed me just that tree stands.
    Beneath that tree where once we had lain
    is a tangle of roots that know dark history
    in their wordless winding they bind you to me,
    quietly standing in the pouring rain.

  9. Rich says:

    If chics give you kicks when you’re out on a trip,
    That’s hip
    But man it’s too drastic to say “Hey fantastic!”
    That’s Plastic
    Don’t copy Elvis or you’ll bust a pelvis
    The pain makes you flip.
    Uh-oh
    Plastic hip.

    Shit Shit Shit I forgot; “Quietly naked in the pouring rain.”

    Groovy Wordbender.

  10. Deacon Barry says:

    Quietly, naked in the pouring rain
    I’m waiting as you frantically explain
    To your angry husband, waving in the air
    Those crumpled jeans you sought to hide in vain.

    His sharp demands, accusing stare
    Your evasions, sobbed despair
    How long did this deception last?
    This sick, despicable affair?

    Your lover’s breaths are faint and fast
    And now your time with him is passed.
    Your husband screams like one insane
    And from his hand his ring is cast.

    Your lover knows no more of pain.
    His opened throat – a crimson drain.
    I clean my blade and watch him die
    Quietly naked in the pouring rain.

  11. […] start by deciding what to do with the hanging poetry contest.  Run it to the end of May, or consider it closed on time and begin voting […]

  12. […] Contest Voting Um… Yeah.  I kinda forgot (again) about the current poetry contest, Quietly Naked In The Pouring Rain.  Senility, I […]

  13. […] Kristine’s entry moved me, and Deacon Barry’s winning counterpoint to that gave us the view of the incident from the husband. Max then whomped us with the final words of the dying lover. […]

  14. […] Kristine’s entry moved me, and Deacon Barry’s winning counterpoint to that gave us the view of the incident from the husband. Max then whomped us with the final words of the dying lover. […]

  15. […] Literature 472 The Green Green Hills of Earth, by Deacon Barry 466 The Pampering of JanieBelle 461 Quietly Naked In The Pouring Rain 456 View From A Mudhole […]

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