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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

POWERLESS



The hurricane hits, but without power no one sees
lost lives, streets flood, cars wash away, homes burn.
Darkness across the state, downed wires, fallen trees.
The hurricane hits, but without power no one sees.
No choice as waves rise, the entire neighborhood flees
It’s dangerous living near water, a hard lesson to learn.
The hurricane hits, but without power no one sees
lost lives, streets flood, cars wash away, homes burn.

1 comment:

mark said...

Wonderful use of the form. This reads like body blows with the use of short, hammering words/phrases.

Well done.