Not An Ounce Of Fear
I wait, look, listen. Lightening shatters the black
sky; a funnel sweeps me up. Angry
clouds swallow me; my heart is excited
with fear. I look for more.
I search flattened towns; the eye follows me; the
risk is a thrill. My veins are bulging
with blood now, racing against time.
The rains pour like silver from the heavens; let
me stand in it; lift me higher and
higher. The hurricane winds tear me free from the
I hear a jet cracking the clouds in their sound.
I’ll race, run till I drop.
A wish for one swoop under me; take me to meet the eagles high.
The floods are ripping the earth inch by inch;
give me my arms to swim the rage.
I’ll not calm the mighty waters, let me tumble against every bolder.
I’ll fall from the sky to the oceans depth,
the whale is what I want to challenge;
he’ll know I’m there. We both are survivors of the unknown.
The roller coaster roars at a hundred miles per
hour, I want to get out,hang from
the bar as it rips around; I’ll feel an electrical charge.
I’ve not tasted it all, the thrill others
run from; I’ll trip the light fantastic
in a volcano flow.
Mother Earth unleash your anger,
You belong to me………………………