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Poem Details | by Michael Jordan |
Categories: death, family, health, history, life, loss, lost love, love, natural disasters

Black Sunday {Personification in Couplet form}

I was as high as the eyes could see
A giant dark cloud of pure misery

I seemed to roll as one with the wind
A giant black wall that had no end

I stripped the land and left it bare
Of the lives I destroyed, I didn’t care

Those who stayed I covered in dust
As their children died I broke their trust

From my hell many families did flee
Left to wander homeless in misery

I changed the word these words are true 
Black Sunday brought darkness on you


I didn't see any direct link but just goggle
pictures of the dust bowl and you will see
what i have written for Brian's Contest.
The Dust Bowl - Alexandre Hogue - 1937


Poem Details | by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders |
Categories: death, fear, natural disasters,

Demonic Noise



tsunami commands 
mother earth to tremble --
demons unburied

blue skies of water 
pour out devastation --
crashing tears thunder

thunderous booms of
explosions in aftermath --   
resilience conquers



By Rhonda Johnson-Saunders, March 9, 2012
for Nature the Destroyer contest (PD)
first place

Poem Details | by Celeste Butler-Mendez |
Categories: natural disasters, naturedeath, death,

Great Sullen Wind

A breeze that once lay cool in morn,
is face of death as dark was born.
On pebbled beach and under guise,
from sea to shore destroyed broad wise.

Great sullen wind awoke this night
and made old oak tree tremble fright.
Though might in years, he stood and shook
for death wind sought and life it took.

In churches huddled in the mass
we prayed the Lord would let it pass
and so He did and had it done
so weathered storms would see the sun.

Poem Details | by Rickie Elpusan |
Categories: natural disasters, death, nature, sad, time,

a lost little girl

a lost little girl
on an sunken cypress stump
waits for centuries


Poem Details | by Rickie Elpusan |
Categories: natural disasters, death, sad, sea, me,

A Walk Into Oblivion

I'd hoped the sea remembered me,
accepting me so easily,
as evening peaks and 
the moon draws out the tide.

She wrapped me in her icy shift,
eyes closed shut I'm set adrift,
and through the wash
I'm tossed with every stride.

Caught within her brackish flow
my beating heart begins to slow,
Katrina's won, 
the pain will now subside.

Poem Details | by shadab shaikh |
Categories: addiction, age, anger, conflict, confusion, dark, death, depression, desire, emotions, for her, grief, heart, heartbroken, hero, hindi, how i feel, howl, jealousy, leaving, life, loneliness, lonely, longing, loss, lost, lost love, love, miss you, missing, missing you, moon, moving on, natural disasters, nostalgia, pain, poems, sad, sad love, sin, sorrow, sorry, spoken word, stress, suicide, trust, truth, words, writing,

Yeh khaalipan


Jab Meri Bechaini Mit Jayegi
Jab Mere Dilko Sukoon Mil Jayega
Yeh Khaalipan Mit Jayega

Do Pal Ki Chandni Ke Liye
Aj Bhi Zinda Hoon Main
Meri Khaamoshi Ke Ageh Aasmaan Bhi Khatam Ho Jayega

Kehne Ke Liye Toh Roz Marta Hoon Main
Thoda Aur Marne Ke Liye
Yeh Deewana Kal Phir Ayega

Poem Details | by Funom Makama |
Categories: grief, natural disasters, slam,

Accident

Little deviation from the rules alone or against another a sudden impact occurs

Poem Details | by Oli Johnson |
Categories: angst, animal, crazy, death, life, natural disasters,

Squirrel

SquirrelDartingHereAndThere.
        m
   u         p
J               s!
Still.
On it s	    a      e
	c      tt       rs.
FULL of LIFE. 
ChasedAwayByThe neighborhood dog.
Still. 
Always listening.
Ears Perked.
ROAR!
      A
SP      T
      L
Gone.


|[Oli_12]|

Poem Details | by RUDOLPH RINALDI |
Categories: death, imagery, life, natural disasters, nature, peace, pollution,

No one suffered or was killed today

No one suffered or was killed today
No one raped or burned alive
No terrorists
No politicians
No exploitation 
No pollution
No religion
No rich and 
no poor

there is something 
nice and peaceful
about having 
No people  
living on my PLANET
all being 
elsewhere
with their baggage 
full of delusions




Poem Details | by Caroline Cécile Delacroix |
Categories: angst, death, natural disasters, nature, sad

The Ugly Truth

Riches
Rampant beneath
The surface, a body
Dressed in curves, hard edges, and sea
Bounty.

Goodness
That is needed
By the masses, a gift,
Yet used for self gain carelessly 
A rift.

By those
Who pursue greed
Seeking gains and power
Without the checks and balance of
Nature.

We see
The ugly truth
Over the globe, high bill
Of disasters and waste so crude
Oil Spills.

By CarolineCécile
Copyright © 06.29.10

For the Team Poetry Soup contest.

Poem Details | by Asa Childress |
Categories: death, heartbroken, natural disasters, scary, sorrow, storm, weather,

Dark Dawn

Light is awaking,

New dawn is breaking,

A breathtaking morning,

Now faces scream warning!
Spreading lava!
Getting faster!
Eruption!
Destruction!
Shaking!
Taking!
Dark.


(by Jemima Faith Childress)

Poem Details | by Tom Hyam |
Categories: allah, dedication, depression, natural disasters, nostalgia, recovery from..., science, slam, snow, sympathy,

The Physical embodiment of Aisle 49

Poverty grot and grime
Have existed throughout time
A place where intellect and truth cannot shine
All of this is embodied on Isle 49

Segregated due to types and shapes
Men acting like thoughtless apes
Not even allowed to eat the smallest of grapes
All of this is embodied in Aisle 49

The occasional safety rail
Offers no protection from the emotional hail
And the sound when Turbo starts to wail
All of this is embodied in Aisle 49

The convergence of two great areas 
Starting the creation of diseases like Malarias
Reminding me of great operatic arias
All of this is embodied in Aisle 49

Oh Iku why have you forsaken me
All I  ever wanted was to make you see
That I had one ready.

Poem Details | by Vee Bdosa |
Categories: angst, black african american, cowboy-western, death, imagination, life, natural disasters, nature, on work and working, philosophy, political, visionary, war, wedding, life, world, life, time,

Only The Strong Will Survive

       ONLY THE STRONG WILL SURVIVE
God gives not peace, it's only dreamt by man,
in all the world ,brought from catastrophe,
all things are made, since time was first began
by things upheaved so new life comes to be.

The weak must fail, be eaten by the strong,
and losers die the death along the way,
so new life grows, even if it is wrong,
there is no time the poor will have to play.

The lion who will lay down with the lamb,
will have a feast before the day is done,
and all the world will never give a damn,
nor care about the giants and their fun.

        The hunter takes his aim and fells the dove
          the weak in life are only dreaming of.

Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: confusion, death, history, natural disasters, nature, seasons,

Hurricanes

Nature’s wrath supreme
Tearing down humanity
Human grace denied

Poem Details | by Dustin Craig |
Categories: death, depression, natural disasters,

Volcanic Terror

Ashes are all around me, like a pompeii horror scene
Scorching lava incinerates the weak and unexpected
Demoralized survivors rise up and rebuild from nothing

Poem Details | by TAMMY REAMS |
Categories: death, imagery, innocence, natural disasters, power,

Wind

Wind upon the mast
oceans ghost forever lost
ships of gold and souls

T Reams

Poem Details | by Wyatt Loethen |
Categories: adventure, allegory, animals, dedication, devotion, fear, holiday, hope, natural disasters, passion, philosophy, religion, seasons, sympathy, teen, thank you, war,

Einherjar

 
Another harsh Winter we must face It Matters not, no one can escape Fate Not Even The Gods With Bravery we shall Stand Strong In Care we shall advance onto Vigrid Fenrir Will Lay dead By Dawn's Perch Trim Your Nails, to Prevent Naglfar It's time to suit up; We Are The Einherjar Protector's of Ragnorak The Army of The Gods The Lovers of Valhalla All of Midgard will sing Of our triumph and their Defeat Sadly all will come, In a twinkling To An Utter End Madi, Magni, Sons of Thor Balder, Hod, Residence of Hel Lif, Lifthasir, of Yggdrasil Do us well Remembrance of our noble deeds Is all well enough Sing the Song We Are The Einherjar

Poem Details | by Cassie Smith |
Categories: death, natural disasters, nature,

Sandy A Bad Storm

Sandy is a Storm
Sandy is a Winter Storm
She is a Deadly Storm

Poem Details | by Ivor Davies |
Categories: death, god, natural disasters, nature, pain, prayer,

The End is Nigh

The end of the world is now nigh
the signs are all clear in the sky.

With tempest and storm
and tsunamis that warn
of disasters that leave all forlorn.

When the earth says enough is enough
and nature decides to play rough.

Devastation will reign
bringing slaughter and pain
awash with the blood of the slain.

So please heed the words that I say
and have fun while you can every day.

With fun, zest and zeal
find the joy you can steal
before meeting the earth’s final deal.

Let’s face up to our fate with a prayer
although we are faced with despair.

If we pray to our God
he may just spare the rod
letting you in with a wink and a nod.

Ivor G Davies

Poem Details | by millard lowe |
Categories: earth, fire, grief, memory, natural disasters,

IN THE FIRED FURNACE OF CALI

     IN THE FIRED FURNACE OF CALI
     (APROPOS THE ANNUAL RUNNING OF FIRE AND MUD)

Roaring radiant raging waves of heat,
the charging beast, glowing red hot with anger,
devours all within its path; left over sable statutes
send streams of spiraling smoke sketching
grayish designs upon the hazy blue canvas above.   

Weary eyes reflect the yellow-orange-red glow
that only the rage of a Dante-like hell could bring.
The wretched earth once again lay hopelessly
on the remnant of her charred bed: awaiting
her steaming tears to wash away the ashes.

In the meanwhile mourners collect scorched
memories: telltale recollections of sacrifices
nature left upon her Vulcan altar.

Poem Details | by S.Jagathsimhan Nair |
Categories: death, natural disasters, sea,

Nature, the Destroyer

Nature,  the destroyer

Unsuspecting  morn,
All  else  left  save  old and kids,
In  fisherfolks’  huts.

A rogue wave crashes
Into the coast ,  flattening
Them  out  in a flash.

Bodies, four hundred,
Dumped and under debris,  rot.
Town stinks for a month.

By: S.Jagathsimhan Nair,  11th mar 12
For: PD’s " Nature the destroyer-haiku" contest
Ps:  Based on the devastation caused by Tsunami ‘o4 at a town called “ Colachel”, the worst affected, not far away from my place. 

Poem Details | by Samuel Robinson |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, blue, boat, dark, death, girl, god, image, loss, love, mythology, natural disasters, nature, romantic, sad love, sea, sorrow, storm, water,

cerulean loss

her alabaster lips did drown
the sea with rage that fateful dawn.
how beautiful with skin so pale,
her alabaster lips. did drown
the roar of waves and shredded sail.
Poseidon's wrath on human pawn.
her alabaster lips did drown.
the sea with rage that fateful dawn...

Poem Details | by Alvin Thomas Ethington |
Categories: natural disasters, loss, nostalgia, sad, sympathy,

Carrie at Cafe du Monde

Her voice was soft on the telephone
She had gentility, like the part of the city she once lived

We talked of tragedy and chicory coffee
My friends had told me the situation was still grim

I asked her of Galatoire's and Brennan's
Of the Ninth Ward, and of her home

While I, pining and homesick, sipped coffee the color
Of the mulatto Mississippi River. . .

So polite and patient she was
For one who had lost everything





Poem Details | by Kaye Locke |
Categories: death, natural disasters, nature,

Ash


She stood stoically fighting
the disease that crept through 
her dry trunk
Sapping her life,
withering her leaves,
leaving her naked limbs
silhouetted against the
summer moon.

Her Roots retracting from the
moist soil
lose their grip on the earth
Until slowly, imperceptibly,
She leans
She falls

Lying in her lost leaves
her resting place accepts her
Embracing her death 
with its life
Slowly, imperceptibly
She is subsumed
Until
Under a summer moon
A sapling grows

Poem Details | by Manon Boudreau aka Dark Mistress |
Categories: earth, eulogy, natural disasters, world,

Kismet

Images so perfectly intact, 
Yet gravely coming to an end.

Brightening our every step.
Distracted by earth true beauty.

Peacefully laying down,
Observing all the threats that entice our very being.

A world so perfect. So untouched.
How can we knowingly overlook, destructions fate?

Word to the wise. 
Let us enjoy the rise of smoke-filled waters.

Succumb to worldly dance, 
Where two planets shall meet and kismet.

Predestination is a dangerous game.
Our world as we know it, shall one day be renamed.