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John Grey

A Dark And Stormy


all the lightning in the trees

sears and steams

the rainfall


all the jag in

the gray swirling sky

makes whipping boys

of branches


all the air

uprooted

and whirled

cries out in raw pain -


but if you can feel beyond

storms

and battered trunks

and splattered roots


there’s a magnificent release


the wetter the better