Squall, 1986, by Andrew Wyeth
squalls and tempests
turbulent waves under ominous dark
Rain-slick path guides the way home
down warp and weft
pools and puddles over cobbled floors
Storms embedded in worn yellow seams
This prompt from Magpie Tales seems particularly apt today since we've just had our first truly awesome and scary storm of the season. Around Thanksgiving is generally when the Pacific NW goes bonkers, and true to form, the past few days have proven it yet again.