She went to a fountain park
With her family on the wheels
He searched for a water mark
With his family on the knees

She watched color play through
With a smile on her face
He wished the barren wasn’t true
With a life squelching phase

She heard the music fountain fun
With joy she did dance
He heard the mourn thirst run
With jaded face’s glance

She bath, she drank, she played
With younger brother laughed
He walked, cried, dismayed
With thirsty mother to keep from graft

She stood in water sprinkle air
What a day in summer
He brought water in sun’s glare
What dreadful miles runner

She went home to bathe buckets
With never ending running tap
He bathed sweat in errand rugged
And slept in mother’s lap

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