The rain is driving us to poetry. Share your rain haiku

July 10, 2013 

We asked readers to share their rain haikus.

Here are a few.

Read more online with today’s rain story.

I am running out

Of State newspapers to use

To shield the rainfall

Caroline Wren

Grass green, flowers bright,

Peaches, corn, turnips, okra,

Abundant harvest.

Mark Yeatts

it’s raining again

the lesser of two evils

rain sure beats the heat


One more week of rain?

My umbrella needs a nap.

Stop hiding, sunshine

Madelyn Smith

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