Boom Goes the Thunder

August 20, 2012
By TerraCotta GOLD, Cupertino, California
TerraCotta GOLD, Cupertino, California
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Favorite Quote:
“A man, who has no conscience, no goodness, does not suffer.”


Boom, goes the pound of thunder,
So heavy, so powerful that sound
That rings in their ears,
And shakes the soul deep within.

Crash, goes the fall of water,
Like waves from the sky,
Shivering and banging on windows and walls,
Like a snare drum gone astray.

Swift, the human runs,
Twenty feet, that is all,
From the doorstep of light and warmth,
To the drenched handle of the car.


The author's comments:
In my opinion, some of the best poems are about the little things or actions that happen in our everyday lives. Enjoy!

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