Tuesday, 25 September 2012

No appreciation for good precipitation

Some people have no appreciation for good precipiation.
Though who's to blame them for feeling frustration
After a month's worth of rain falls in only one day?

Yet this great nation would be nothing of the sort
If it weren't for the miserable climate our ancestors saught.
The moist air brought industrialisation and our economy soared.

Our incessant rain makes Britain mostly water replete,
Which is lucky as many areas are increasingly depleted.
The fertile crescent will soon turn to desert in the Middle East.

Thus don't be frustrated that our weather's rarely clever,
I'd rather have plenty of rain than barely any barley.
And the sunny days feel so much better to those of us with crappy weather.

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