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Waiting The thunder rolled like the bass drum of a marching band steadily continuously The rain pounded relentlessly against the bare windows and lightning illuminated the dark grey sky The eerie sound of the wind as it shrieked and howled alone was enough to awaken the dead and yet all that she could hear was the deafening monotonous tick tock of the grandfather clock in the corner Here she had sat for the past two hours and here she would remainwaiting She glanced over to the baby asleep in her cradle The baby who was oblivious to his surroundings completely oblivious to the silent torture of his mother She arose from her chair and walked over to where the infant lay As she watched him sleep she noticed that the tiny hands were clenched as if clutching something anything She gazed forlornly at the child as he slept he moved suddenly whimpering softly in his state of slumber bringing his mother out of her trance like condition Once more the child moved and then he lay quietly motionless still The mother retreated back to her chair again to continue her ongoing vigil her mind drifted until once more all that she could hear was the never-ending clamorous tick tock of the grandfather clock in the corner Again she began her arduous wait Her eyes opened suddenly to have a piercing white light shone into them In manic torment she squeezed her fists closed then open again emotions rising and falling like pistons beating into her head Impulsively she arose from her chair and swung open the wooden door the only thing that protected her from this treacherous night She stood in the doorway clutching onto each architrave swaying with the strength of the wind She could feel her sheer nightgown becoming saturated with water she didnt care Impetuously she began to run to an unknown destination As the bitter
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