The thunder peals so loud I hold my ears,
I’ve laid my stillborn son within her arms,
Yet fast and hard the raindrops come in sheets
where lies my precious love, my hope, my life
Faye Adams, 75, of De Soto, is a retired medical transcriptionist and tax preparer. Her husband Billy is president of Missouri State Poetry Society. Faye and Billy have been married 55 years. They have four children and eight grandchildren. Faye has published four hardback books, which can be viewed on her web site at fayeadams.com. Her hobbies are reading, gardening and dancing. Her sun sign is Taurus.