Mother Nature's Rage

Poem written by Lonelyhearts1224 on Monday 10, December 2018

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The fury of a storm

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I make my way stumbling, towards the sliding glass door; which leads directly to the balcony's floor. I hear the wind whistle like a runaway train; Oh, the damage it's causing to the frail weathered frame. The wind gusts are blood curdling; Mother Nature is enraged. I thought I'd never see the day; the rain undoubtedly reigns. By obscuring the earth's sunlight and the warmth and life it brings. What was once a buzzing city street, a swirling river is now the scene. It's nature's supreme power; Where on earth can God be found. From atop I see trees lifted; like kids' toys tossed about. All pedestrians are madly dashing; seeking higher safer grounds. Below, the horns of cars keep blowing; in hopes someone can pull them out. Water levels are quickly rising; No safe haven can be found. The pounding heard the downpour makes, sounds like beating drums, gone wild. It's forte symphonic melody, percussion's score solo act. The day is held a hostage, by a disastrous baring flood. I too am now a captive, in this confined space called my home. The walls seem to draw closer, when the clouds conceal the sun. In this scary gloomy dark space, I'll wait it out til danger is gone. Pray God keeps us protected from this vengeance driven storm. I hope the sun tomorrow shines and warms us with its rays. Keep contained the stormy rain clouds, and mother nature's rage, at bay. written on: July 10, 2017
   

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    Good writing (even if it isn't poetry in my book) and enjoyable as usual. A few rough spots: read aloud the melody fails in some places.
    "and bless" s/b "to bless" or "and blesses" maybe? (1st fits rhythm better: this stanza actually poetic!)
    Write on!
    I really enjoyed this. Especially this line:

    "I thought I'd never see the day the rain undoubtedly reigns"

    Thanks for sharing.
    I write terrible poetry, so I tend not to rate it and just comment.

    That said, I enjoyed this. Very good and very picturesque.