To Thunder

February 26, 2010
By J-Kobe SILVER, Amherst, Virginia
J-Kobe SILVER, Amherst, Virginia
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Favorite Quote:
The Smartest Man in your town, may be the dumbest man in my town.


Nights of flashing lights and drums,
The power of Zeus, renewing Mother Nature in violence and terror.
The coming of red wisp and twirling winds,
To break the wooden people, and split their hearts in two.
To fill holes in mother natures earth,
Delighting the sun for tomorrow. The burning glow revives life, until Mother Nature is pure, but Zeus will come again when Mother Nature cries…..
“DEATH”


The author's comments:
I use key words to describe what damage the thunderstorm creates on land, while also giving you information on how it helps the land.

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