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by Kasie Sep 18, 2017
Sadness, depression /
The lightening strikes, brightening the skies
As the rain pours heavily from my eyes.
The harsh wind snaps, swaying the trees aside.
Revealing emotions I try to hide.
Shivering from the storm, my jaw is clenched,
I cling to the warmth, but my body's drenched.
The sky grows dark, but I am not afraid,
Afraid of the storm or being outweighed.
This storm will calm, but it's kind of fickle,
The rain that pours, will turn to a trickle.
Lightening strikes, will start to fade away,
And the wind that snaps, will be calm today.
I will make it through, this dark rugged night,
I refuse to give up without a fight.By: Kasie
by C J T
I loved every bit of this ! Flowed very well which, to me, makes it more fun to read. Lol I rate it 5/5
by CJ Maleney
We all have to weather a storm at some point.
But eventually it blows over as you depicted.
Never forget Rainbows.
Thank you, I agree. There's always the calm after the storm.
This is a lovely rhyming poem, which flows effortlessly. Your fight to get through another night and so
Casie, a powerful write screaming how strong you really are. Well done!
I hope my nomination tells you my thoughts on this as I'm all out of words
Thank you, I'm honored!
by Ben Pickard
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