Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Monsoon skies

Noon and a lull in the rains. A sky the colour of washed out light blue denim. High up are scattered thin lines of cirrus clouds, like a child's finger paint smudges; below them are big, white, puffy cumulus clouds, racing across, going eastwards driven by grey, billowing cumulo-nimbus, pushing along, gusting, changing shape constantly.
Will it, won't it, will it, won't it, will it won't it rain?
Should I, shouldn't I, should I, shouldn't I take the clothes in?


  1. O so you ARE in India. I just left a stupid comment at your other blog about power outages. for some reason assuming that because you had an English breed of dog you were somehow English, or if not American. Dur.
    So how does it feel in this Monsoon? Sticky and horrible? Or cool and refreshing? ... Or both at different times..?

    I actually came by because your dog reminds me of my friend Liz's dog George, who is also a golden retriever and can be at times quite "characterful"... you can find George here:


    Have a nice day :-)

  2. Gledwood, rarely sticky during these monsoons. More cool and refreshing, because during these monsoons it either rains continuously bringing temperatures down, or else there's a fresh, strong westerly breeze.


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