Treasure Island

Russell Sivey

(07/14/1972 / Marion)

Frightful Storms


Storms that frighten the heart
Come in many varieties
The swift, windblown storm
Is fast and furious
Very painful at first
But later finding relief
There’s the lightning storm
Comes in quick as flash
Damages a lot of area
And pain continues on after
The long hard storm
Is still yet another
It might slowly come in
But once there
Pounds with solid force
Excruciating pain all over
All during and all after
The horror of such a storm
Is its continuous hurt
The pain never seems to cease
All storms of the heart
Come with terror
All you can do against it
Is to hope there is peace
A calmness in the frightful storm
Before it arrives

Submitted: Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, July 20, 2011

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