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Nature, Rain

‘Rain’ by Mother Nature

© Catherine Defreitas

Rain as a singer, performing to the world.

'Rain' by Mother Nature
She sets up and dims the lights
Her orchestra of wind blowing through lush green trees
Builds from a whisper to a forte
Beautiful lightening cast blinding light in a white dangerous rhythm
Thunder drums quietly, then BOOM!
And it stops…
To let applause ripple through the valley which she lingers
Until it stops in the early hours of the dawn
With the sun peaking over the glittering hills
Her song has finished
She slips away and hides in solitude
To write another song
To shatter earthly silence
Once again to amaze us all
And shower us with 'Rain'

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