The passing wind whooshed by,
leaving the drips of rain scattered.
The clap of thunder resonates,
the crack of lightning left a mark that mattered.
The storm rumbles on,
leaving the earth tattered.
Written for the Trifextra Post: On to the weekend challenge. This weekend we want you to give us 33 words (exactly) that include among them at least one example of onomatopoeia. When looking for a good page to link to in order to help describe the device, we stumbled upon our very own Apoplectic Apostrophes‘ post on literary devices. Check it out if you need help remembering how onomatopoeia work.