On the passing of Squalls

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Rail and roar, oh thunderous storm!

I hear your hail and weeping!

Allow me to answer your tumult and gale

Before I return to my sleeping.

Such rage and such fury!

What billow and rain!

Go rend all your garments

And wail your refrain!

Crash on and roll over, oh thunderous storm!

I hear your raw wind and peeling!

Allow me to dance in your madness and maw

Before I return to not feeling.

Such madness and worry!

What gales and rain!

Go brace ‘gainst the Heavens

And scream your refrain!

Break hold and speed onward, oh thunderous storm!

I hear your howls and flailing!

Allow me to weep as you fade in the sky

Before I return to my sailing.

Such sniffles and nonsense!

What drizzle and rain!

Go settle to breezes

I’ll sing your refrain!

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