Nature’s Fury

Nature’s Fury

A Poem by Sherry Lynn

Watching clear midnight skies
suddenly intense storms come alive
showing her rage
as each lightning bolt strikes
Mother Nature no longer sits
idly by

A plink and a plank is heard outside
once she tears up
and starts to cry

Windows rattle
foundations shake
as the roar of her thunder
is heard miles away

Mercy her violence does not show
causing many to scatter
while others are shattered

This mother
has single handedly
earned her respect
proving once and for all
a match for no man

---Sherry Lynn Hull

© 2012 Sherry Lynn

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Added on June 18, 2012
Last Updated on June 18, 2012


Sherry Lynn
Sherry Lynn

Oklahoma City, OK

I just write what is on my mind, my writings venture and can touch upon anything. Some are very explicit, some are just to relieve stress, and most come from the pains and joys that I have had the pl.. more..