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Thunderstorm

Thunderstorm

People call her strong, and when she speaks, thunder roars. From her heart flows a downpour that drowns and overwhelms many a landscape. But within the churning clouds hides a gentle flicker of light, each flash and each vein a memory of past hurts and triumphs that must be guarded.

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Lost Thoughts

Where does a thought go once it’s been forgotten? If I found the hidden world for lost thoughts, would I befriend them? Would I stay?

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I Am Love

I’m yesterday born; I’m a thousand years aged. I’m a song just composed and a hundred times played. I’m as loud as thunder and as soft as a whisper. I’m your best friend’s face and the smile of your sister.

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Crack in the Clouds

In a desolation that’s fraught with danger, here I stand alone, a stranger. In this land not my home, I’m sent as a minister; yet from the ground to the sky, nature is sinister.

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Sun-Reflector

Artist, noun: A soul that doesn’t believe it’s made of stardust, and so it searches for a home in every crease of a fingerprint, smudged between strokes of brush buildings and canvas walls.

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