by Jane M. Wallace
Saturday, March 31, 2007
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There are many storms in life. Who is to say which is worse. The emotional or the natural?
I could feel what it would bring,
long before it was a tangible thing.
A subtle pressure brought to bear,
a heaviness that prevailed in the air.
My senses were touched just a bit.
A feeling of change and turmoil hit.
Something was forming and I knew,
a bad thing was beginning to brew.
Suddenly it seemed to call out to me.
Look over here and you'll begin to see.
Like a huge puzzle being put together,
came the changes in the weather.
First there was a white cloud or two,
joined by others that were dark blue.
The sky turned a deep shade of gray,
over in the west,past the silent bay.
Black clouds began to cover the sky
and soon I knew things, would go awry.
A wind slowly began churning the sea.
How severe would the devastation be ?
Lightning flashed while thunder roared.
No safe harbor for boats unmoored.
The rain fell like glass, stinging the skin.
A freezing coldness, penetrating within.
Electricity sizzled and cut the dense air.
Its destructive power beyond compare.
A raging thing bent on coming, full force.
Nothing could stop its erratic course.
When the storm ceased its angry fight
and the sky was drenched in light,
I understood that to survive life's weather,
it's only our love, that will give us a
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|Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
|Great images portrayed in this poem Jane. I can see what you wrote. The storms here are like that!.....Love ya,,,,,M|
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|Natures is beautiful in bright sunlight or darkened skies. Just the wonder of it all. Beautifully written.
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
Very visual and electric. I loved it. I felt like I could feel the storm! I love storms and sit on the porch and watch if its not too bad.
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|Terrific visuals, Jane; very well done! Am saving this one; it's great!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Oooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...I love this one; you capture the storm in perfect imagery! My favorite lines:
"The rain fell like glass, stinging the skin..." and "Electricity sizzled and cut the dense air..." YES! That's just how it was, last night. LOL We got seven inches of rain here. :)
MY ultimate compliment: Wish I'd written this: a StormSpinner kind of write!
Stay safe, the sun will be out...tomorrow :)
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.