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Thunder's storm

There was stillness in the air,
While a darkened veil set;
Over old and the fair,
Not a single spruce ling spared.

The wind picked up her pace,
A violent howl was heard;
Screaming out her misery,
To all who hear her case.

Angered was the outburst,
Thunder shouts his rage.
To quench his temper’s thirst
He let his beast from its cage.

Fleeing down from the sky,
Leash and chain left behind;
No creature can deny,
The strength in Lightning’s bite.

Tiny timber’s life cut short
As Lightning struck her heart;
Her trunk snapped as she fell,
Prey to Thunder’s sport.




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JessicaKlitzke said...
Jan. 15 at 11:00 am:
Awesome job! Sound great. You  have extreme talent and glad to see you using it!
 
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Jan. 25 at 4:43 pm :
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