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Dec 2018
In a rained-out world
painted in shadow
smeared by waters
and bus stop-
her red umbrella
burns crimson through
desolate darkness
like random library
selfies of beauty
buried in paper skin,
shielded by her
red umbrella

In an overcast world
stencilled in sorrow
her umbrella-
so red, so shiny-
reaches out to me,
taking all my woes
and weary waters away
when I hear her say-
"Hey, write me a poem
about a red umbrella"

In a sunny world
etched in joyance
dabbed in frappΓ©-
my four-wheel red umbrella
drives us from
country to cafΓ©,
where perfectly good
grand pianos meet
symphonic chaos,
amicably amplified as we mingle
under our red umbrella
For Ms. Kaitlyn Reider
Nathan MacKrith
Written by
Nathan MacKrith  34/M/Winkler, MB
(34/M/Winkler, MB)   
     savarez, --- and Benjamin
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