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Summer Thunder
by Linda A Murray
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The sounds of distant rolling thunder

Makes my heart pound in my ears.

Knowing that the rains will come

Is from the experience of many years.

There’s nothing like a summer storm,

To keep us in great form.

Lightening from clouds to ground

And pouring rain swiftly falling down.

Sounds of rumbling comes from the distance.

The wonderment of our night sky is what

Makes our summer storms roll by.


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Reviewed by Hiren Shah
Enjoyed reading a cool poem on a pending hot summer.
Reviewed by Jenni Kalicharan
I enjoyed this very much..I love the sound of thunderstorms...
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
Love the feeling of this storm. Great write!
Reviewed by Dale Clark
I love thunder storms! Great write!
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader)
This is wonderful and beauty imagery, ahhhh I love the storms and everything about them...such beautiful majestic forces of nature!
Reviewed by E. Richardson
There is indeed something magical about storms...awe, respect and danger combined.
Excellent write.
Reviewed by John Williams
Nice one!! You have the depth of feeling, good description, well ex[pressed. Good Work Regards John W
Reviewed by E T Waldron
wonderful imagery, I love storms!(Not the damage;-)
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