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The Preternatural

July 29, 2010
By TheOcherousRodentia PLATINUM, Toronto, Other
TheOcherousRodentia PLATINUM, Toronto, Other
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Favorite Quote:
"Life is infinitely growing;
It's capacity of love and fear is impossible
To calculate by the means of math, or
The properties of science, and to conatain
Its ferious unpredictability is only a virtue
That humans despire

The wild call, the indescribable sound that
Makes you answer,
To live and ride upon a cloud of dew
Fall exotic drops, precious gem stones of sarphire
The Saharas, they listen; imagine what they are, making something else of themselves
'What a sweet story' they say to the sands
Let winds howl, and scream with "Thank-you's"
Waters fall, descending like sea-shaped anchors
They ride with you, upon a stratus of mist
Refresheners perfect, in hales until
Suddenly, a shine aloft
Brings silence: nothing inside
Dissipating each and every drop; for you can't live solely
Preternatural rains shall fall on solid ground;
To run a million ways,
Back to misting life
Love of thunder and lightning,



The author's comments:
This pieces was inspired solely on the Rains of Africa, to feel such waters are truely preternatural.

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