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Suddenly, I was awakened. The fear of the unknown engulfed me. It hit me. The flood was here. The water at the door step stared me in the face; Urging me to breakdown and let the fear flood in.
Pitter patter of the rain on my head Sends the fears straight to bed, In the things gone unsaid. And the crackle of the thunder Sending all the pain asunder Taking respite in the clouds
Dear Water, I never thought I’d fear you. Water, why were you rising so fast? Water, you surrounded me and everyone I love. Water, you took away so many lives.
How do you sleep with so much in your head like a train circulating a mountain, full speed it's hard for you to go to bed like a victim fighting to be freed my mind gives me no peace
What went wrong? I had you at my side when we started out I had you and held you and called you "best friend" But please tell me What went wrong? I loved a girl and she wasn't you
The water invaded my home at dawn, The structure it once was became destroyed, Nothing we thought to have undergone, The feeling of heartbreak, we would not enjoy. Contaminated water sat inert,
There’s something about your presence I just can’t explain It’s like burning fire and pouring rain Take my hands Take my feet Make me your sanctuary
it started with a wave no a tsunami. it started with a tsunami bringing chaos to the order crushing the structure flooding normal until i was drowning in an endless ocean
Ultimatum turned dream deferred Read about in good book, who's inferred?
It starts out small. Do your laundry. So minuscule. A drop on the windshield with plenty of time for the wiper blades to save you.
OutsideThe entirety of my resolve runs with the river of tears thatTrickle, thenAfter a brief moment of suspenseBreak free, carvingCruel lines down my ravaged cheeks, a howling flood letLoose. My eyes are
***For those who have suffered through Natural Disasters*** Ocean of blue, Blood of red. Laying within Mother Earth’s bosom On grassy beds. Music of birds
The Flood It’s all being swept away The ground I walked on yesterday Playing with my dogs Shooting chew toys in the air A river of water erodes my life away Layer by Agonizing
*This poem is modelled after "Tyger, Tyger" by William Blake, and was written in response to the flooding in my home state of Colorado. Still over 600 people missing, and the flood waters are just starting to recede. Flood
Thoughts flood the mind in ample quantities. They provide attention for the unknown. They give power to reason and to imagine. Thoughts give the power to form or understand.
A quaint yellow sign hangs just above the rusty firewood rack, probably too high for the 80-something woman to reach. Welcome To Grandmas. The now soggy
I become blue as I think of you, but as I get to know You I fall deeper in Love. My sky is no longer blue because each day as the sun rises so do I.
There is a fire in the sky! A beautiful arrangement of clouds burning alive! Celestial inferno! You have come to call for me With a blaze of Inti’s fire!
Death he is a warrior, charging head-on men of great strength and valor. Death he is a coward, Reaping youth of no accomplishment or stature.