Jerry Abrahamson

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Thunderstorm - Poem by Jerry Abrahamson

Oh, how I love to be awaken
In the middle of the night
By the sound of a thunderstorm
By the force of the thunder

It will be needed moisture
To the ground on which we stand
It can bring great destruction
To the crops on which we depend


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 12, 2008



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