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Rain drops dancing on my window seal
Thunder sounds, lightening goes in for another kill
These leaves sit still goes to the next minute shaking
A solid structure goes to the next one breaking

Each section of natures orchestra coming into play
Knock knock, this wind is howling at my door
Tick tock, itís only a matter of time before the chorus
Life is music, nature sang the cause of every source

These skies are darkened, silence lurking
These eyes are awakened, waters mercy
Flash, bang thunder sounds (lightening goes for another kill)
Rain drops dancing on my window seal
Natures orchestra begins to play

The tides ride in, the levies out
This ground starts shaking, there is no doubt
The earth is smoking, it chokes us out

Lightening striking, thunder sounds (a song of sweet surrender)
Like one minute standing goes to next one in a blender
Like what goes up, must come down
Like music playing and then no sound

High notes, low notes, goes to no notes
Silence standing, sitting waiting
Natures orchestra begins to play

Knock knock, this wind is howling at my door
Tick tock, itís only a matter of time before the chorus
Life is music, nature sang the cause of every source

------
Kenneth D. Woodard


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