When the Air is Heavy

When the air is heavy,

laden with water,

too widely dispersed

to fall as drops, 

the threat of inertia,


particularly for those of us,

prone to using any reason,

or state of being,

including what reverse havoc,

high humidity,

can play upon bodies

and minds,

to pause for pondering,

and reflection,

about fatal flaws,

that can lead

to feeling heavy,

laden with 

a bathtub filled to the brim sized,

burden of guilt,

that is rarely,

cause enough,

to get up,

from the couch, hammock or bed, 

to do something,




for that matter.



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