Thunderstorm Magic

By Gypsie-Ami Offenbacher-Ferris

W3 Poem Prompt #8
Wea’ve Written Weekly
Hosted by The Skeptics Kaddish

Use the first words of the poem from Kunjal called ‘Rain,’ which have to appear at the end of each line with no more than sixteen lines.

“His first rain, from a little scrawny window, droplets pattering and dew forming,”

The thunderstorm raged around his
parasol, yet not a single first
touch of wet frigid rain
fell on his umbrella received from

someone extraordinarily special if a

tad timid in his bearing and a little
self-conscious about his scrawny

body, which is a groovy window
to the gents soul. Unseen droplets
flow from the umbrella pattering

away from his feet, his arms and
his entire body, pools of dew
from his walk become rivers forming


  1. Thank you! You are the best! 😊


  2. W3 Prompt #10: Wea’ve Written Weekly

    Hi, Ami❣️

    I just want to let you know that this week’s W3, hosted by our beloved Punam, is now live!

    Take care,

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  3. Fine imagery. Only someone extra special could have done him such a fab turn

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    1. Hi Larry, Thank you and most certainly! 😊

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  4. poetisatinta says:

    A great poem full of energy and great as a prompt too 🙂

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  5. Ami,

    Kunjal has selected your poem (‘Thunderstorm Magic’) as this week’s W3 prompt! Mazal tov!

    Could you please email me one or two guidelines for your prompt in the next day or two?

    Thanks so much,

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    1. Quite honored and certainly!

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    2. Ami, if it’s easier for you than email, you can respond to me with your prompt guidelines here.

      I’ll need them by Tuesday if possible.

      Much love,

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  6. Thank you so much Punam!! (Hoping I spelled that correctly) 😊


  7. Wonderful imagery, Ami! ❤️

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  8. wow! The imagery in my mind is coming out strong! Great piece!

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    1. Thank you so much Kunjal! 😊


    2. I second Kunjal! I love your vivid imagery in this piece, Ami! Also, the line breaks work so well!!


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      1. Hello Ami i have selected your poem as the prompt poem of the week! Congratulations!
        I really enjoyed the imagery throughout. pools of dew
        from his walk become rivers forming

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