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I wrote this just this summer, when a storm gathered in my life. (It is also posted elsewhere.)

Black sweeps in, blue fades away
and thus night overcomes the day.
Wind sifts shrubbery's thick hair
rolling green strands everywhere
and I am caught in grey footfalls
echoes along narrow stalls.
Alone in shadows, heading home
lamplight flickers, almost gone;
much like heart beneath my breast
it gave too much, has little left.
Yet I wander, mind awake
observing all this give and take;
will storm approaching finally hit
or keep on stirring in a fit?
I feel the pressure it imparts
and long with it for end to start.

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