" A Storm "



     Something is coming: something wicked, forbidden and obscene.

A black cat, a cricket, a toad, a storm just lies ahead of this dead-end forsaken road.

The winds howl with its ice-biting cold. Brother owl beams in his realm, in a storm he'll reach his highest-high's, and he'll soar beyond the skies.

      Something is coming: something wicked, forbidden and obscene.

My body and joints ache from the blistering chill, I see ghostly shapes in the shadows, and I feel my spine tinkle from the night creatures and the ghouls of hell, as these demons play mischievously in delight, their lust for carnage is quite a gruesome sight.

      Something is coming: something wicked, forbidden and obscene.
     
It's too late, I cannot change my course, I'm in the eye of the storm, I feel all my extremities' being pulled in different directions by Satan and his Lynch-men of doom.

     Something came: something wicked, forbidden and obscene.

Look at all the destruction, dismembered bodies, shattered roofs and broken-dreams...

                           By: " BROKEN-ARROW "

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Something is coming: something wicked, forbidden and obscene...!!!

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Written on February 17, 2022

Submitted by RaySalsedo100 on February 18, 2022

Modified on April 03, 2023

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Scheme A x x A x A x a x x
Characters 1,082
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Stanzas 10
Stanza Lengths 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1

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