The Tempest

And the book of thousand words says tempest to be a storm, a violent wind storm.

But in the world of literature, sometimes it is Shakespeare and sometimes Gibran.

Sir William Shakespeare penned down ‘THE TEMPEST’ and Sir Kahlil Gibran named a chapter of his famous novel ‘The Broken Wings’ as “The Tempest”

So from the eye of literature, Tempest is an adjective,

                       “Sometimes a conjured plot for deception and sometimes it is the screaming surge taking shape in the hearts of two lovers who can have everything but each other.

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