Treasure Island

andrew gemmell


mother natures storm


the clouds from the east and west
come together in the sky an army
of clouds darken the skies.it looks
gloomy and the rain starts an assault
from the skies above theres a storm
brewing explosions of thunder crashing
from the skies above can you hear the
roar from above soon the assault will
be over and once again mankind will
be left with the devestation and
destruction left behind by mother
nature.

Submitted: Monday, September 07, 2009
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