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Flashes

We take shelter under a tree
When a storm gathers thick
Rain drops fall large and quick
In each other's company we feel free

With the cool drop we get
Soaked and our bodies turn cool
As clouds seem to wander late
Your hair rolls down as if from a spool

Sound of thunder and flash
Of lightening send sever down
The spine as your pair of brown
Eyes towards the sky shine as a glass

Blood begins to flow hot
In us as we come a little closer
To me you cease to be a stranger
A glow reveals our bodies tied into a knot

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