Michelle Wooldridge

Rookie (October 30th 1989 / Midland, Ontario)

Tornadoes - Poem by Michelle Wooldridge

The rain starts coming down really fast
Wind starts to pick up
Along comes the hail
A siren starts to go off
You hear screaming
See people running to take cover
Then you spot it
A tornado has hit
You run to seek cover
There’s no where to hide
A gust of wind picks you up
Your air born
As the storm ends your laying on the ground
Motionless
All alone


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 24, 2010

Poem Edited: Sunday, June 27, 2010


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