kAtRiNa: poem

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himeno22

himeno22

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If there was a word
that could surpass destruction
i'd use it to describe
the lower states situation.
it's only a natural thing
why is there so much pain?
cities and towns
are gone
states are going under water
people fleeing for their lives
while some were caught in the storm.
the only life these people know
if home and food and family
what will they do when...
it's all gone away?

short yet i feel its meaning. this is all so horrible...-_-

Do you believe in heaven above?
Do you believe in love?

  • Sep 02, 2005

BlkLotus

BlkLotus

bara tsukiyo

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that is so very sad and meaningful. i pray that all goes well with everyone there that have gone thru it all.

thank you for submiting this poem it is very good

DoubleBarrel

DoubleBarrel

Banisher of Spam

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your poem had a strong message, but in time i bet these people will have their homes fixed.

Slicing spam into nothingness so u wont have to.

  • Sep 02, 2005

xange

xange

~white bunny~

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That's terrible, but it's nice you could record it in a poem ^^

she'll **** you just for the taste


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  • Sep 02, 2005

kailone

wandering dreams...

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whoa... you just showed beared the souls of thousands of people in a few well-chosen words. good work.

you know, when you hear about such tragedies, it sometimes makes me wonder how we can live in such a world. then i realize, its these sort of things that help us see and treasure what we have, and to offer help to those who aren't so lucky as us...

--Moon--

gazing up in ebon skies,
I hear the darkness call

admiring the cool warmth
of its radiance,

seeing the weak light wane
through the glass window.

holding my hand up
to the moonlight,

a pale silhouette
contrasts the shadows.

it is here that it shall rise.
above...

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How very thoughtfull of you to make that poem..
Its a nice poem himeno...

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jasaiyajin

jasaiyajin

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I see the message, but it doesn't look like a poem to me. Maybe I've read others that are more popular, so I'm brainwashed that way.

I think poems should conceal more of their intent, to broaden the horizon into different aspects of life. The reader should usually be guessing or relating as to what the writer is trying to convey. If it is too blatant, then the poem won't last throughout the ages and is too specific to signify a lasting appeal.

I give no praise to thee,
for your poem is not glee.

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  • Sep 02, 2005

Shoku

Shoku

Looking for past friends

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where did the name Katrina come from? or is that the title? or the hurricane?

Tumbling waves and violent winds,
a bellicose hurricane encroaches
upon the serene southern states.

Its ferocious winds shattered buildings.
Its onflowing water flood people's home.
Its devastating destruction cutting a path
through civilizaion like a barbarian.

People wonder what hit them
as houses collapse under water pressure
as objects fly aimlessly in the gales
Many died, hurt, homeless, and lost.

Hurricane Katrina is here.


I am so bored and so I did this thingie in my head.

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Wow! That...was a great poem...and yet the message it carries is like an emotional pandemic...

  • Sep 02, 2005

SouthernBoy504

SouthernBoy504

Da Southern Don

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The poems are good...but I don't really like them, they only bring more sorrow and despair to me though, I think the people have gone through enough and just put the horror of Katrina behind them when the time comes.

I'm sick of hearing what the hurricane has done...I wanna hear is when the situation is gonna be taken care of...?

And before you judge my comment, I'll have you know I AM from New Orleans

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SweetGrl

SweetGrl

doki doki

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Wow! This poem is very emotional!! I wish i could help the people that were homeless from the hurricane! :( Anyways, awesome job on this poem!! ^^

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  • Sep 04, 2005
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Quote by Shokuwhere did the name Katrina come from? or is that the title? or the hurricane?
Tumbling waves and violent winds,a bellicose hurricane encroaches
upon the serene southern states.Its ferocious winds shattered buildings.
Its onflowing water flood people's home.
Its devastating destruction cutting a paththrough civilizaion like a barbarian.
People wonder what hit themas houses collapse under water pressure
as objects fly aimlessly in the galesMany died, hurt, homeless, and lost.
Hurricane Katrina is here.I am so bored and so I did this thingie in my head.

that's some talent you have there!! Your poem is absolutely awesome, it's very vivid and to the point, thanks for sharing it with us :)

  • Sep 04, 2005

Shoku

Shoku

Looking for past friends

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Quote by missy1066

Quote by Shokuwhere did the name Katrina come from? or is that the
title? or the hurricane?
Tumbling waves and violent winds,a bellicose hurricane encroaches
upon the serene southern states.Its ferocious winds shattered
buildings.
Its onflowing water flood people's home.
Its devastating destruction cutting a paththrough civilizaion like a
barbarian.
People wonder what hit themas houses collapse under water pressure
as objects fly aimlessly in the galesMany died, hurt, homeless, and
lost.
Hurricane Katrina is here.I am so bored and so I did this thingie in my
head.

that's some talent you have there!! Your poem is
absolutely awesome, it's very vivid and to the point, thanks for
sharing it with us :)

thankz a lot, but it is not that great.

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