Kevat B. Patel


End Of Days - Poem by Kevat B. Patel

From among the silence it raves,
The ground trembles and cracks,
The immense power of total destruction,
Flames arise, buildings fall, moutains crumble,
All of this, in a matter of seconds

Thundering waves, then a tsunami,
It travels a thousand miles an hour,
A powerful tornado emerges in the distance,
One, two, then three and four,
The winds start howling louder,
Imminent doom is respectively perceived,

Painfully, the World has become obsolete.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 20, 2009

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 18, 2011


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