Ronda Larkin is a common mom with uncommon poetic perspectives.
When nothing's on the weather radar, all is fine outside.
When I see green patches;
The umbrella, I will open wide.
If brighter colors do appear: yellow, orange, red;
It's best to forego outdoor fun,
And stay inside, instead.
Darker colors warn of trouble: lightning, hail, and sleet.
Tornadoes... to the basement;
Our safest home retreat.
The weather radar keeps us safe: This I can't deny;
I'd likely strain a muscle, if I
went outside to check the sky.