Weather Poems: 5/7
Nature, Weather


© Sally Plumb

inspired by Mary Shelleys "The Birth of Frankenstien" Sally

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Give to me the lightning
of your thought
And tie it with the thunder
of your cry.
All life will see the fury
yet untaught
Of nature caught within
the knowing eye.

Yet seeing darkness in
that angry cloud,
Will power the senses full
and wide and free,
Still earth will shudder
in its thoughts aloud
Disturbing reverence of all
minds that see.

Fierce, loosened rain startles
the racing river,
Flashing its run,reflecting
as the sky.
Caught in light the mountains
slightly shiver
As a lustrous silver
quivers , high on high.

Sally Plumb Haverhill Suffolk

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