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The clouds rolled in like an army of dark dense cotton balls ready to release hell on anything in or beneath their path They plagued the sun with a disease of darkness allowing no natural light to grace the earths surface with its warmth I sat watching Just waiting for the first drop the ice cold burning little drop that would fall from the sky and kiss my forehead I was sitting on a swing at the park that squeaked ever so slightly as the wind pushed by back and forth gently I watched and listened to the silence Everyone was inside hiding Buried under blankets and quilts praying that everything would be ok They were weak I was brave My nerves were wire and nothing wore them down The impulses raced through my body and my hair stood on end but I wasnt scared I was anxious I wanted the rain to fall I wanted to feel its damp cold drips soaking into my skin I wanted to bathe in its presence baptize myself in its simple beauty and drink its thirst quenching liquid of life The winds picked up and the sky turned from a deep gray to a horrific black It looked deep like I could drown in its vast existence just by staring into it hard enough Lightning soared through the sky Binding the dark clouds like the stitching in a blanket holding them all together as one It was bright blue and white mixed into one with that brilliant glow of electricity Power The power I would just once like to experience The power that is provided by nature the rain clouds and the lightning So natural yet so strong and soon I would be able to experience this power I would be able to absorb the knowledge that the rain carried swim in the gift of life given to us by the great rain god Ganymede I continued to
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