oh oh oh! what…

oh oh oh! what a
blustery day! the wind
howls down my hallway
knocks over the rosemary
sends my skirts flying
and it is almost as good
as being at sea
the dark-grey sky threatening
and the waves crashing

4 thoughts on “oh oh oh! what…”

  1. Does “blustery” mean cold, wet, and windy? If so, is this poem a bit of wishful thinking? Or is it less hot in Chicago than here in Delaware?

  2. The word “blustery” actually doesn’t connotate temperature or humidity; it just covers the strength of the wind.

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