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When Lightning Strikes

January 9, 2016
By Nated315 DIAMOND, Georgetown, New York
Nated315 DIAMOND, Georgetown, New York
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Truth has many shades. It's not a matter of black and white, but many grays.

I feel like the rainy skies,

Facing everyones lies.

I cannot hold back my flood of tears,

Theres no stopping them, I fear.


Someone's cloud can sometimes be deadly,

When lightning strikes, I must be ready.

All of this accumulated pain

Shall bring a wrath-like rain!


Save yourselves

And cover your shameless wells,

Open your spigots

And run for safety in the thickets!


Be ready for my lightning strikes!

You'll be sorry to recieve its killing bites!

Run when my lightning comes rumbling,

My wrath will come tumbling!


Run, here comes the electric charge!

Run! Flee in your priceless cars!

Run as my negativity

Comes to set me free!


Your poisonous wells spit out your words

That split a soul into thirds.

Your spickets are the outlet

For an unfortunate end to be set.


You cast your reels and lines

At my storms first signs

Hoping for a bite

Out of bloodied spite.


Depression hurts

But you  make it worse.

During my storm, you cover me in conductive tin,

smiling your evil grin.


When lightning strikes,

Its been know to take lives,

When lightning strikes

I'll be-

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