Striding Through The Wet Sun

Striding through the wet sun.

Thick drops burst
thump hunched shoulders
rattle hats
slide down backs

pummel tree leaves
that howl ‘hold on’

as yellows, reds, blues,
greens are a blur
on the bus stop
and shiny street.

Puddles boil
gutters clatter
dry tenents declare
what does it matter?

And I’ve become
a sidewalk fish
whose shoes go swish

But give up my escape
and choose to stride
as though the warm sun
felt good on my face
and the city
wasn’t so crowded today.

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