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Heavy Storm

Poetry By: Emily Johnson

The chills, damp hair, goosebumps, and unforgettable memories.

Submitted:Feb 25, 2013    Reads: 6    Comments: 2    Likes: 4   

Holding him in my arms

thunder radiating between our ears

a car passes, hearing a subtle splash nearby.

We're dancing in the rain

and I've never felt so glorious

my arms around his neck

his wrapping my waist

and our only music is drops of the sky crashing into the ground.

I kiss him hard

he runs his fingers through my soaked hair

and I fall to the ground

his attempt to catch me fails

Sits next to me,

I look up, tears flooding my eyes,

large sobs escaping my trembling lips

He's worried

holds my face begs me to tell him what my misery is

I take a breath

"I love…you. I..I can't lose you…"

The wind picks up and he kisses me

takes my hand

and walks me to the car.

"I love you," He whispers, as he kisses my temple.


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