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Petrichor – Poetry

Free verse poem written for a writing workshop in 2015.
Petrichor
By Lauren A. Margheim
April grew up with her rainstorm
disguised as a blessing in an idiom.
The deluge hid the flowers from her view.
Early August promised warmth,
but the inconvenience of distance forced
April to cling to her rainstorm.

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Lauren Alice
laurenaliceink@gmail.com

Lauren is a writer and editor and has a Bachelor’s in English with a focus on creative writing from the University of Central Florida. Science fiction is her passion and she believes coffee is better with cream.

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