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My Poem of the Day

(08/31/14)

The Sun

The sun slides on into its picture perfect day
It’s ray’s warm the blood of its anxious patrons below
None dare to step away from its light
Fearing the change that might over come them
Instead they sit back and enjoy all that will come
You too should bask in the glory of the sun

On a picture perfect day

Copyright 2014

The Sun©

Felina Silver Robinson


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My Poem of the Day

July 28, 2014

Tornado

This morning when I woke up

The sky was bright and cheery

As the moments passed

I heard the winds talking

Gathering up their strength

The sun ran for cover

The sky turned a mystical gray

There was a stillness in the air

Suddenly there was a chill to the air

Things outdoors started to toss about

The rain poured down forcefully

Trees ripped from the ground flying about like lost umbrellas

Landing on houses and cars

Houses are obliterated in seconds

People run for shelter unknowing of their fate

Screams of voices without faces

I close my eyes tightly and cover my ears

My hearts pounding

My bodies shaking

I’m counting the seconds that might be my last

As I start to pray

The warmth of the sun starts to heat upon my face

There’s no longer the sound of the beating wind

Things no longer fly about the sky

I’m sad to say things no longer look the same

Once I bravely open my eyes

Some houses made it

Houses no longer have an address

Houses that are now just a shell

Trees lay flung about like scattered bricks

An oil tanker sits in the river like a soggy pillow

So much lost

Not much will ever be the same

Another clean-up starts

Send your prayers for miracles

and helping hands

Maybe together

We can all begin again

Bye hungry Tornado

Sorry you felt the need to come our way


Copyright 2014 Tornado©

By Felina Silver Robinson


The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning


Roads turned to rivers as storm moves through