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3 verses: 1st verse - The lightning briefly, vividly lighting up the night in a brilliant instant, with the "Treason" being the unleashed power of uncontrollable lightning strike electricity dancing around overhead pylons in wild abandonment as it shorts them out!

2nd verse - My windows actually rattled during a thunder clap right overhead, and the sound made me wonder if the windows might crack - and I heard a car tear noisily past in the street at same time, whilst I imagined the driver being chased by some wild spectral character furiously tearing after him in his coach and horses - and there was a spooky old churchyard nearby that had very high trees with spring time rook nests in them. There's a pathway right through the centre of the churchyard, with the graves and Victorian tombstones on raised sloping ground either side of the path - inspiring me to write of "the belly of the churchyard", whilst I imagined the terror of the young fledglings in their ness as each horrendous roll of of thunder rumbled round and round this scene.

3rd verse - After the thunder moved on, then there was the sound of increasingly heavy rain, the healing rain that almost always follows the anger of a violent thunderstorm in the UK. I was writing the poem whilst sitting by the fireplace, and I noticed some rainwater actually trickle down inside the this fireplace from the chimney abovea. Somehow it came to me there and then that that rain was the Earth's tears; the sadness after so much anger.

regards

Guy



What is now proved was once only imagin'd
- William Blake (And he wasn't born yesterday, either ..... )

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Self-penned poems on Nature themes? 180 Thirdwave 13-Jul-09 12:09
A Dockside Attitude 108 ananda 13-Jul-09 15:14
Re: A Dockside Attitude 115 Deep1 13-Jul-09 19:31
Re: A Dockside Attitude 138 ananda 14-Jul-09 21:08
The Nature of Things and the Nature of Man 111 ananda 14-Jul-09 21:17
Re: A Dockside Attitude 136 Thirdwave 15-Jul-09 12:21
Sun Ruse 108 Deep1 13-Jul-09 19:26
Re: Sun Ruse 127 Thirdwave 15-Jul-09 12:25
Re: Self-penned poems on Nature themes? 115 Nebankh 13-Jul-09 21:35
Jaq, quit making me wax poetic! 120 Deep1 14-Jul-09 06:37
Re: Jaq, quit making me wax poetic! 113 ananda 14-Jul-09 21:11
Re: Jaq, quit making me wax poetic! 140 Nebankh 15-Jul-09 13:37
Re: Jaq, quit making me wax poetic! 113 Deep1 16-Jul-09 05:10
Re: Jaq, quit making me wax poetic! 108 Nebankh 16-Jul-09 09:53
Another quote from the same work 105 Deep1 16-Jul-09 20:33
Re: Another quote from the same work 100 Nebankh 16-Jul-09 21:02
Next Verse 116 Deep1 17-Jul-09 17:37
Re: Self-penned poems on Nature themes? 120 Thirdwave 15-Jul-09 12:33
Re: Self-penned poems on Nature themes? 112 Nebankh 15-Jul-09 13:46
Re: Self-penned poems on Nature themes? 111 Acire 14-Jul-09 12:13
Re: Self-penned poems on Nature themes? 127 Thirdwave 15-Jul-09 12:42
For Sue: Slightly Off Topic 106 Deep1 15-Jul-09 03:52
Re: For Sue: Slightly Off Topic 115 ananda 15-Jul-09 21:29
Winter Dream 109 Deep1 15-Jul-09 04:16
Re: Winter Dream 131 Thirdwave 15-Jul-09 12:45
Re: Winter Dream 112 ananda 15-Jul-09 21:30
The Vase Of Time 115 Deep1 15-Jul-09 05:09
Re: The Vase Of Time 130 Thirdwave 15-Jul-09 12:47
Thunder 121 Thirdwave 15-Jul-09 08:15
Fantastic! 110 Deep1 15-Jul-09 08:33
Re: Fantastic! 121 Thirdwave 15-Jul-09 12:11
Re: Self-penned poems on Nature themes? 117 R and M 16-Jul-09 11:13
Explaining 132 Thirdwave 16-Jul-09 13:24
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