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Author Name: FreeCeeCee 4 Comments
Date Added: January 04, 2005 08:01:50 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Like lions

In the jungle

Sneaking in

Upon their prey

Deadly waves


And roared with life

While delivering death

To those within

Its powerful watery claws


Smothered life

From young and old

Unfathomable Fathoms

Author's Notes:
....our prayers are with those suffering from this disaster...
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Comment By: FreeCynthia Jones on January 7, 2005 11:55:34 PM Report
My soul grieves for those that were lost and my heart goes out to those left behind. Mother Nature was so very cruel that day in December. Very sad write Cari. *S* Cynthia
Comment By: PremiumJoe McNinney on January 6, 2005 08:51:08 AM Report
i like the metaphor used,nice write,joe
Comment By: on January 4, 2005 09:42:15 AM Report
This is a really hard topic Cari, I have written some related poems about the affects of it....but to describe the utter desolation it has caused is really difficult, I guess my biggest problem with this topic is that a wave can have no malice, it was not premeditated, so really we have nothing to "blame" for the devastation and I think that is what makes us all feel futile about it....But you have made a good attempt at describing your feelings about it Cari...I think it has probably affected us all in one way or another..
Comment By: PremiumLindaM on January 4, 2005 09:14:20 AM Report
The symbolism you used in this powerful
piece is very fitting to describe the
horrific Tsunami.


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