crystal frye

Thunder - Poem by crystal frye

a storm from out of nowhere
strong it blows through fast
not knowing where it goes to next
or where it hit last

thunder often rumbles
lightning will sometimes bite
creeping through the darkness
it hits when the feeling's right

ther iis no rhyme or reason
why life can seem this way
changing like a season
soon comes another day

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 9, 2005

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