Sea Storm - Poem by Michelle McCann
The sea in all he majesty looks calm.
The white gulls soaring in a sky of blue
Complete the picture of a summer's balm.
The people surfing are not just few.
But then the dark clouds start to gather fast.
The once blue sky has turned to sudden black.
This warns of dangers that have come at last
To batter all the sunning surfers back.
The storm comes raging in from off the sea.
The waves are huge which crash upon the shore.
The thunder crashes, lightning flashes free.
Then like it came, the storm exists no more.
The end has come, God's rainbow fills the sky.
The Lord has shown again He doesn't lie.
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