A thunder storm

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Rain was coming down Hard against the window pane Thunder comes crashing  
A squall blows in from the north Tempestuous it’s gale rages The wrath of mother nature Ravaging all in her path Heed the call with discretion
Somedays it simply rains. Down my face in streams. Somedays it simply storms,
Dear self, Right now, life is coming at you like a wildfire Or an iceberg in the way of a ship But I wanted to let you know
An endless summertime bliss at a tall, tan, inviting home on the beach, The waves of summer roll in and slowly leave an impression in the white sand, A girl, seventeen and beautiful, filled with freckles
The lightning jackoled  and the thunder rattled as the floor beneath me started to quake   I was up all night with flashes of shimmering light that keeps me awake   
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