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Peaceful Storm

Come, lightning, flash your gold-white sword,
waken slumb’ring thrills, now restored.
Thunder, hear my languishing call:
pour down a booming waterfall
to release chains of agony.
Clamor shall blend to harmony.
Let thunder sing bass vibrato,
ringing out with sweet legato.
Oh, rain, please cleanse my soul of woes,
release me from tortuous throes.
Trickle down the depths of my mind,
sweep away my life’s wear and grind.
To me, you are no dark maelstrom,
your strong whipping gales bring me calm.
My heart, soaked, drips with joy until
you evaporate at God’s will.



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Keli123 said...
Sept. 8, 2011 at 3:39 pm
You were right this is one of your best! I love it! I like the mood you set for this poem it went really good with the poem itself. Good Stuff :D
 
singingdetective said...
Sept. 8, 2011 at 2:52 pm
To whom it may concern: This poem is supposed to capture a specific feeling/emotion (like many of my poems). It's that feeling like whenever you have something stressful building up inside of you and then you talk to one of your best friends and let it allllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll out? THAT'S the feeling this is supposed to capture :) Enjoy!!!
 
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