Calmness In the Storm

The silk-soft dewdrops crash so quickly against the calloused ground,The scent of fresh earth fills my nose.The birds take cover all around,I see the blooming of a rose. Calmness fills the silence,I watch the soft flowers be rinsed.The water glides smooth off my rooftop,Pitter-patters make a rain drop. Thunder booms, lightning crackles.This weather's limits have no shackles.And here is beautiful, beautiful rain,I find calmness in the storm again. 

This poem is about: 
Me

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