Dorian Petersen Potter


The Gulf Coast (Free Style)


Cities are flooded
What a disaster
All covered by waters
Mourned by their brothers and daughters

Katrina and Rita
What you two had done?
From your wrath no place to run
With sorrow you've shrouded the sun

Cities are flooded
Her children are crying
The waters were rising
Burying everything in mud

Cities are flooded
The sea destroyed and was killing
Birds and cows now are dying
The whole enviroment is suffering

Cities are flooded
What a disaster!
Lives covered by muddy waters
Mourned by their brothers and sisters.

Submitted: Friday, July 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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just a little write about this two terrible events

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