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Then a storm came pt 1
The skies were peaceful Life had felt so serene It all had seem like a dream But something quickly changed the the scene The skies overhead turned black and dark A great change has taken serval places Life had taken a downard spiral Only sadness and tears appeared on faces Then the rain came down fast and hard Just like fists raining down powerful,painful blows Leaving broken bones and bruises Letting blood from fresh wounds flows The lightning overhead flashes across the sky The thunder rumbled overhead Drowning out the woeful moans Knowing tomorrow wil bw more pain,more dread As the storm gets stronger So to does the pain Makes me wish i had the power To take away the scars,the fear,the rain,the shame The black sky was the sign The storm came alongside suffering The lightning and thunder strengten it made the pain worse The nightmare had begun A storm had come into their lives
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