Succulence, or Endurance

robust gatherer
little package taken, drunk
occasional pour

reserve tightly held
survival—unrainy times
way of everything


*reserve, or waters

Note: “unrainy” does have usage history.
Etymology: Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Voice of Song.
From un- + rainy. Pronunciation /(ˌ)ʌnˈreɪni/

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Featured Photo: Succulent “Plant” by Yousef Espanioly on Unsplash

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