Lightning and Thunder

Thunderstorm_over_CorfuIn the night, there’s lightning and thunder;

so, the covers I go under.

The noise and light

interrupt the night

Of sleep and restoring slumber

I am told I need.

Flashes of powerful light

illuminate the night

And fill me with dread,

thus, I try to get lower in my bed.

I can hear the rainfall,

that’s a blessing for us all.

Now, I say to myself to remind me,

“The rain is falling all life can be.”

There’s nothing to fear

God holds me dear.

I can return to my slumber

and not be worried by the lightning and thunder.

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Photo courtesy, Wikipedia. This file is licensed under the Creative CommonsAttribution 2.0 Generic license.

Copyright © 2012 William Frank. Bellais

All rights reserved.

From: 180th Meridian and Other Poems and Reflections, Create Space, 2012.2012-05-29-1405-09_edited


 

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