Like Lightning Strikes

Poem By Rachel Williams

Standing - seeing my hazy reflection,
The rain’s streaming down my face.
Soaked - trying to hide my emotions,
I dream I’m in your arms...

Hold me like you’ll never let go,
Like you’ll always be there,
Stay this way forever.

Reality rushes over me
Like lightning strikes.
I realize I need you more than I knew.
Why couldn’t I see it before?

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