Rain beads spider silk, revealing an otherwise invisible web.
My best college friend's widow came to visit as a stranger except for the one strand in our lives: him. She left a friend, following a different strand in a complicated web.
Rain dots emergent dragonfly wings like diamonds, plops on the eyes, settles the body, sodden, hanging to slender grass. A study in linearity and circularity.
From far below, the rush of water thunders upwards, echoing living energy.
Like love, old and still new on a raw day.