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Post by mwzephyr » August 31, 2014, 6:27 pm


Blueberry blue and currant red skies meld with clouds whipped into a frenzy by the approaching storm.
The horizon is lit by a sun I cannot see and yet like a great fiery wind it would seem the storm clouds are smoke from all that is devoured before it.
The icy spikes of rain are just starting to engulf my world and I recoil from it, yet at the same time I desire to partake of its dangerous beauty.
I must close my window now before the pressure of the wind grasps my throat and tears the life from me.
I shall go underground just long enough to escape the whirling dervish of God as it rearranges the landscape, to emerge when God’s promise is set in the sky in the form of a rainbow just before the sun sets...


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Post by Davidf » September 1, 2014, 6:31 am

From a storm to a beautiful rainbow...what a wonderful ending! I enjoyed this poem very much!
Have a blessed day!

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Post by Lion~* » September 15, 2014, 8:30 pm

There are promises that allow people to go on after stormy devastations. A rainbow always brings about an awe.... * LOOK!!!*
Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart...William Wordsworth

Follow your honest convictions, and stay strong. - William Thackeray

The bottom line, especially for my character,
is the issue of unconditional love.”
Matthew Weeden

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