Tuesday, March 3, 2009


Tornado flies through the town
Destroying houses, nature, lives
Oddness, however, is found
When the neighbor's house is fine

But, yet to crumbles your house is
With nothing left to see
And thankful for the neighbor's miss
You nevertheless wonder, "why me"

Look around your lowly street
Some buildings still intact
Others a more destructive meet
The twister had on impact

Without the shelter to protect
You wonder how you'll live
Can your life be like the sect
Which still has much to give

Strength is required to decide
How to re-build your dwelling
Especially when you abide
Where twisters are overflowing

Left to ponder all alone
If asked to fight with power
Another destructive cyclone
You'll be able not to cower

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