Musical Mistress

The Storm Within

I am like a thunderstorm,
Hateful and Unstable
I am like a thunderstorm,
Destructive, Dark, Depressing
I am a Thunderstorm...

My tears fall like the rain,
beating down hard,
burning through my skin,
praying for the end
I am a Thunderstorm...

My screams are my thunder,
loud and explosive,
echoing through the dark sky,
falling soundless on your ears I'm ignored,
you pretend you don't hear me,
you turn the other way,
but my screams are never ending
I am a Thunderstorm...

I am the wind,
Rushing wildly, running freely,
trying to escape all my problems,
but the only catch up with me,
I am a Thunderstorm...

My heart is like the storm clouds,
Darkened with greif,
Secluded and Locked away,
Trying to block out the pain
and hide the scars
I am a Thunderstorm...

I am Lightning,
Anger flashing,
Spreading like Wildfire,
Then fading fast,
leaving behind a path of destruction,
I am a Thunderstorm...

I am like a thunderstorm,
I am like a thunderstorm,
Menacing, a Tragedy, Nature's greatest mistake,
I am a Thunderstorm.

Submitted: Monday, May 18, 2009

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