She only turned her music down

To hear the rain hit the ground.

clouds covered the tiny stars

She watched them all from her backyard

No tune sounded as sweet

As rain dancing on concrete

Thunder thicker than amplified bass

Gentle drops grazed her face

Rain keeping a steady pace

Chorus sung by the wind

Lightening takes her to the bridge

Harmonies hanging heavily

melodies moving majestically

A perfect way to say goodbye

Dark clouds shout and cry

as the storm slowly begins to die

911 rushes by

Pill bottle empty, jack bottle dry

Sirens interrupting heavens sigh

Speeding through the traffic nearby

She turns her music back up high

And lies down on the ground outside

as she and the sky unify

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