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Theres the moment the moment of fear It engulfs you controls youIts the feeling that makes your hair stand on end and your limbs shakeTheres no escaping it no way of eliminating it That moment thatmoment of fear is the moment you almost die This is my story of theday I almost got struck by lightningIt was a normal summer day The sun was shining the birds werechirping and a slight breeze from the west It was another summer dayfor my two cousins Tate and Lucas our hired hand Sam and I The fourof us were out rock picking like we do every summer once the crops getto be about ankle high Sam was the driver of our red run down tractorthat we named Cassie hauling the rest of us behind in the same oldblack trailer Tate Lucas and I were sitting on the edges looking forany sign of a rock It felt as if we had been doing this for hours Thenormal argument of who was going to get the rock erupted when ever oneof us saw one only to pass it and have to remember to grab it on thenext pass Rock after rock after rock after rock it seemed it wouldnever end The sun was high in the sky seeming to be enjoying its selfbeating down on us Only when it reached mid-sky did we go for lunchOur trusty hired hand Sam drove us to Dairy Queen in Dawson followingmy bad directions We finally arrived to find the place empty A relieffor us starving teenagers and Sam We received our food and cups fordrinks We found a place by the window to watch the weather and the lifeof Dawson We soon discover clouds no ordinary clouds These cloudspromised us much needed rain a storm no doubt All of us started tolaugh and joke saying we will find out how fast Cassie will go iflightning was to show We carried on eating and
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