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A RAINDROP FALLS – Promote Yourself


About poetreecreations

I am an author writer publisher web administrator I run poetry workshops in the community. My published Manners childrens poetry book can be found at

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  1. I wonder if you have hit more on the topic of transcendence than what can be construed, death. That no matter what state water appears – gas, liquid, or ice – it will always be H2O. I understand what you are suggesting, with flowing eloquence and gentle texture, in the meaning of a ‘raindrop.’ That there is an beginning that reveals a natural phenomena we cannot necessarily give witness to, along with an untraceable end to something bigger [if there is an end], but the essential being of a ‘raindrop’ is water which I wonder if it ever expires but rather transcends…. Right before our eyes. WL


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