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Summer's Storm

Poetry By: Ripples

Summer storm

Submitted:Mar 24, 2012    Reads: 33    Comments: 6    Likes: 0   

Azure skies

fluffy white clouds

sun at its zenith

The heavens decide to open its windows

freeing its storage

Big fat drops

hit with a

pitter patter sound

against the hot pavement

releasing puffs of steam

like small announcements

that summer's heat

will find some relief

The pungent smell

of dry dirt filled the air

with its sweet fragment scent

soft whispers of tress rejoice

their leaves rustling

in the wind fall

The ground quickly

soaks up the unexpected moist.

Worms working free

to refresh themselves

Standing in the downpour

arms raised

face facing upward

I flood over

Let it rain , let it rain

Let it wash away my pain


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