Sandstorm

Desert Reveries By Desert Reveries, 12th Sep 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/wyp39h48/
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A firsthand account on the many sandstorms
that happens in my place of work.

The desert winds

"Oh! the howling of desert winds
You are blowing so fierce again
As you tried to restrain the minds
Of tough camels and sturdy men

The clouds of dusts is on the roll
That raged across the plains and skies
As it torments the wounded soul
That pain was felt and blind the eyes

This desert boasts a mystic charm
And though it gave a ruthless howl
Men still endure with robust arms
Deep in the vastness as they prowl

To untamed winds that do not care
And dusts that billowed in the air
The men and camels as they share
The sign, that summer days are near."

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Camels, Nature, Sands, Storm, Winds

Meet the author

author avatar Desert Reveries
I am currently working in Prince Sultan Airbase, as a Fire Technician, I love to write poetry,and I'm a contributor to 2 newspapers in the Phil and UAE

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author avatar Utah Jay
12th Sep 2014 (#)

I could feel your passion in this piece...Well done indeed.

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author avatar Desert Reveries
13th Sep 2014 (#)

Thank you sir, Utah Jay

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