Poem: One Dark Afternoon

Erly By Erly, 9th Oct 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1npk1fi3/
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This poem relates how mother nature throws back people's abuses on its natural kindness and duty through pollution.

Poem: One Dark Afternoon

Many wonder why clouds appear so darker
Than it was before when there was storm
Another fear appear to each soul
There might be storm
In this lonely and dark afternoon
People prepare to evacuate
To save their lives
It is not easy to face fear and disaster
Better be hungry than hunger in solitude

Then rain drops in torrents
Seems not rain drops so big and cruel
Many were shaken for fear
But they cannot stop disaster
Done by mother earth.

Our mother earth seems so tired
Of carrying the pollution
that is why she sends darker skies
To form rain and people fear the unknown
The unknown which might be more than deadly storm...

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Dark Skies, Despair, Disaster, Fear, Lonely World, Scare, Storm, Terrified, Torrential Rain

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author avatar Erly
Finished two graduate courses and one post graduate course.I can write technical reports, poems,news,love stories,technology and business-related topics

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author avatar Nancy Czerwinski
9th Oct 2014 (#)

Erly, excellent poetry. This makes me stop and think about the clouds and the sky. Then I think about what is to come if wedon't take care of our earth. The question is will the storms be violent. Will we survive. I have no answers but I know I love your work.

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author avatar Erly
14th Oct 2014 (#)

Hi Nancy gurl.. thanks for your brilliant share of this poem in gloom...GBU and your family.

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author avatar C.D. Moore
9th Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you for a heartfelt poem, Erly.

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author avatar Erly
14th Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you too for reading this C.D. Moore.....very much appreciated.

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