Anita Atina


The Night Of Disquiet - Poem by Anita Atina

Gurgling, grumbling, grumpy clouds

Thrown around


Loud thunderclaps

Shudders abound


Searing lightning chooses at will

To electrify the earth, and sends a chill


It’s a dark night today

The heavens are abuzz


Someone’s fighting

To keep the dark forces at bay


Thunder rolls and flashes of light

Reveal for an instant, everythings not right


The night of disquiet groans along

Till its time for a final swan song


Its nearly daybreak, and the heavenly horde has won

And quiet rain, calms everyone down!


The sun rises quietly, with a bashful morn

And soon enough a pleasant spring day born!

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 12, 2008


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