Storm | Teen Ink


July 12, 2011
By StarGazer453 SILVER, Somewhere In A State, Massachusetts
StarGazer453 SILVER, Somewhere In A State, Massachusetts
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Favorite Quote:
A room without books is like a body without a soul. ~Cicero
My best friend is someone who gives me a book I have not yet read. ~President Abraham Lincoln
The one who smiles when things go wrong has thought if someone to blame it on. ~Robert Bloch

Across the shadowy sky of blue
On the horizon, a storm starts to brew
Sending clouds dark and gray
That look as if they’re here to stay
Their bellies dark and full of rain
And from their paths they do not deign
To show us mercy or veer off course
They gather menacingly at their source
And with a bright bolt and a loud crack
Orbs of rain fall with a wet smack
Onto pavement, umbrella, and upturned face
As creatures run away, the storm gives chase
Soaking everything in their path
Nothing escapes the thunderhead’s wrath.
And just as soon as the storm had begun
This summer thunderstorm is now done.

The author's comments:
Inspired by a midday storm.

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on Dec. 17 2011 at 2:13 pm
SavannahMcKenna PLATINUM, Waterman, Illinois
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Favorite Quote:
Dream a better dream

goood......i really like the rhymes..i can never get mine to do that..check me out?