The Dreaded Rain The wind blew around with an eerie sound. The clouds gathered together andcumulonimbus clouds started to form, blocking out Mr Sun’s rays. The world darkened and theclouds puffed up like a frog’s belly. Then it happened; the clouds broke and rain pattered down carslike bullets. The rain was so intense that it came between every tiles of the roof, under every stonein the garden; not an inch of the world was dry. Visibility was poor – the rain blocked out and stingedthe eyes of people. It was total pandemonium. BANG. A fireball erupted from a car and a mushroom cloud punched through the sky. Carshonked as they did not know what was stopping them. Someone called the ambulance and soon, awailing siren could be heard in the distance. A light was seen in the distance and the ambulancecame to the scene. Lightning caused panic and terror. A tree was struck by the wrath of the lightningsent by Zeus. The tree was a burning hand silhouetted in the background. As soon as the rain hadcome, it stopped. The clouds separated again. Light came back to the world. Birds started to chirpagain and butterflies fluttered here and there. The accident victim was taken to the hospital. Wordstarted being passed around that the man was Alvin. He had driven his car too fast, and because ofthe low visibility range, he had banged into a fence. As he had just refilled his car, the oil leaked andsparked causing the disaster. It was investigated that he was going speedily as he did not want tomiss the movie. This disaster remains like a scar in everyone’s heart. It leaves the impression of what peopleare or will be like in the future. A person who treats life and safety lower than a movie. What is sogood about a movie? You can always buy a DVD of the movie. Even though the money for the movie
ticket will be wasted, what will you prefer – safety or a movie. All I would like to say to you is thatSAFETY FIRST.