Storm

Unpredictable winds swimming all around
Relentless in their dance, boisterous and proud
Clashing flashes of lights and booming invisible drums
Gray painted skies draped in deep purple plums
Ballooning over head, swelling ready to burst
Parched fields of green awaiting to quench their thirst
At last a crescendo of showers
Beating upon leaf covered towers
Saturated cement, aroma in air
Tumultuous Fanfare

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Minnie Mariah Wilson

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Hello, My name is Minnie, I am 31 years old and live in PA . I am the children's book author/illustrator of Just ask my mom and dad/SOCKS, I also write poetry and have been a production assistant for over 7 years. I have been writing short children stories and poetry since I was very young-I enjoy it and take every opportunity to share my work with others.
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