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Meet it Head On
by Bonnie May

Saturday, October 04, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Oh How I love them and fear them at the same time.


 

 
Meet it Head On
 
When the storms approach, I like to meet them head on.
By sitting on our front porch until the storm is done.
Watching the lightning strikes and hearing the thunder roar.
I can’t take my eyes off it as the winds begin to soar.
 
Blowing like a colossal breeze that takes my breath away.
I just keep sitting there watching the skies of a frightful grey.
The supremacy that this storm holds could destroy any man.
It dares you to keep on standing, while its strikes hit the land.
 
But for some outlandish reason, I can’t take my eyes away.
It holds me transfixed to the spot, daring me not to stay.
The chills run up and down my spine each rumble that I hear.
When the lightning strikes close by, the chills begin to sear.
 
When it’s done and over, a tranquil feeling finds my soul.
For the calm is so unnerving, and begins to take its toll.
That storm took all the energy from every living thing.
I can’t wait for the next storm, to see what it will bring.
 
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Bonnie May
 
 
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Reviewed by Georg Mateos 10/4/2008
Ask your lovely Dr for an umbrella with a cooper rod and go singing in the rain, your fears will go away in a flash.

Georg
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 10/4/2008
A most wonderous write, Bonnie; storms do bring out the fear (and wonder) in us all! Very well written; brava! Love the piccy!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 10/4/2008
You are a great admirer of nature watching it all time evne when it is cruel. Well done , Bonnie
Reviewed by George Carroll 10/4/2008
And when the heavens let out a roar and light the midnight sky, it's then they wake me from my sleep to watch this majesty soar.
Reviewed by 000 000 10/4/2008
The Sky paintings from a storm. Never will two be alike. A lovely poem.
CarolHawks
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 10/4/2008
Watching the lightning strikes and hearing the thunder roar.
I can’t take my eyes off it as the winds begin to soar.

I always find myself doing the same. Mother Nature truly is a most powerful entity.



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