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Raining on me

I’m laying down listening to the rain pound heavily on the pavement and bounce of the roofs of cars. I watch the drops back with such force.
The water level rises and i kind off get excited. I don’t mean to diminish the struggle and strife that people experience with major flooding, but this excited me. It was a break from the mundane a wrench in the same old same old feelings I’ve been battling. I can now say to someone, when they all how my day was, that it was exciting to watch the water rise.
I’m tired of waiting for things to happen, just allow things to take their natural course, I’m itching to throw the pebble in the lake.
I feel like I’m in a drought, even with the downpour. Maybe a rut would be a better description.
Tomorrow will prove to be a step in the direction of my goals.

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