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Comes The Sun
by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Sunday, November 18, 2007
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Thunder says a bad word
in the closer distance;
it wants to destroy the
world with its temper.  What

it fails to realize
is that after ev'ry
cloud, comes the sun - so the
spoil'd brat rants and raves, throws

a hissy fit - nothing's
going to change that fact.
Let it rain.  It's all part
of God's master design -

Darkness can't have its way.  :)

(c) 2007, Karla Dorman (11/18)
  



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Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 11/19/2007
"All of God's master plan" The dark clouds give us thunder. The thunder gives us rain. The rain gives us a rainbow, and the rainbow gives us th sun. Your poem expresses the concept well.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 11/19/2007
whew.....ditto Georg...he said it best!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 11/19/2007
Never tought about the skies cussing, but they also get pissed off by bad weather I suppose.
Georg
Reviewed by Edward Lupinacci 11/19/2007
So I guess that as far as storms go The Father is the Sun
Reviewed by William Bonilla 11/18/2007
Loved this write Karla
also love the sound of thunder
am I normal to make such a statement?
Thunder is not the distroyer
but the bolts of lightning that it's echoes sound
like thunder, are the true distroyers of the accompaning storm
something like that
Love & peace be with you

William
Reviewed by Charlie 11/18/2007
Now that, is a great poem! --Charlie
Reviewed by Felix Perry 11/18/2007
So true you are and this poem grips the imagination of what the weather can be like.

Fee
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 11/18/2007
With the light comes the sun...good one Karla, however I still love a good thunder storm...
love and peace, Carole~
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 11/18/2007
The contrasts we are subjected to are nothing short of phenomenal! Like their Creator, right?
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 11/18/2007
Here, Here, the Beatles, said it best "Here Comes, The Sun,...."
LOve the picture and yes it is inevitable the sun always returns, thank goodness!
Peace, Love, and Light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 11/18/2007
One bolt of lightning could power Texas if we only knew how to harness it. When it comes, we will harness the sun.

Ron
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 11/18/2007
Bravo, bring it on, Karla! I like your reposte to that hissy fittin fury-meister. When I next say a bad word I can know who to blame! Tis the weather's fault... :)) K xx
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 11/18/2007
lovely graphic, enjoyed the read
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo 11/18/2007
Balance is what He wants - night and day, the bad with the good, ups and downs, but the Light always comes through.

God bless you. Kathy
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 11/18/2007
This was amazinmg thank you for sharing it here
God Bless
Michelle~
Reviewed by Staci Gansky-Wagner 11/18/2007
After every cloud comes the sun-how true!
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 11/18/2007
Ab-so-lutely . . . Actually I life rain, even thunderstorms . . .
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 11/18/2007
Wonderful writing!!!! I am a reader now so I am still here in that respect but not posting anymore.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 11/18/2007
Inspiring write, indeed, Karla! Very well penned; love the comparison to the thunder acting like an ill-tempered person or a bratty child! Neat!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your twin sis, Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 11/18/2007
An inspiring write dear friend, enjoyed!
Blessings,
Joyce B.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 11/18/2007
The sun has the day,
The dark the night,
Give the dark its due,
Its there for me and you...Ed & Rufuz
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