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storm are hear

in the wind or the rain
looking out my wind pane
i will not go
outside unless the storm starts to slow
lighting flashes , torado hits
siren web will go
until it slows
lighting flashes
thunder crashes
it start to hail
the wind wails
then it stop!
some hailstones pop
the rain goes drip, drop.
the bird start chirping,
the wind subsides
then we go out
look all about
and be glad our home isn't gone
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Submitted on July 02, 2014

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