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“Bright with sunny periods
Some cloud, occasional showers”
Says the local TV forecast.

It has been persistently precipitating
For more than twelve hours.

On the doorstep
A soggy mass of pulp
Is all that is left
Of my note to the milkman.

The dog wags her tail
In a desperate message;
I open the back door,
She steps out,
Looks round,
Then dashes for the nearest
Patch of green,
Does that she has to do.

Back inside,
The hearthrug
Doubles as a towel.

Only an incoming aircraft
Breaks the greyness
Of the birdless sky.

Outside my window,
The sodden rosebush

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Poem OCTOBER FORECAST - Gerald England