A Ravaging Rainstorm

A Ravaging Rainstorm

The forlornly cloud pompously
Swallowed the sun out of the scene.
Dusty sand whirled through the air
Sending shivers of smoky breeze
From the dusty desert dune.
Falconiform birds liked leathers soar
High through the sky in ascension.
Joyful thriving trees dancing free
To that rhythmic pattern from
Those free flying old rusty roofs.
Wires on dangling poles playing
Piano liked sound of whippings.
Amidst the din of screaming
Children, men,women helter-skelter
Like a swarm of the buzzing bees.
The stubborn pregnant cloud
Beget a ravaging rain storm
Denouncing the new birth month
Creeping in with a rainfall laughter.
Leaving peasants with painful joy.



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