Katrina - Poem by UNDERTAKER MIDO

A disaster came,
katrina was its name.
a disaster that killed thousands,
damage and burn the lands.
It tells a story,
Would be written in history.
A story of a nation,
was put under a cruel examination.
An examination from Lord,
That man could not afford.
nature was angry,
like a beast so hungry.
A hurricane full of power,
300km an hour.
while life was enjoyed,
houses were destroyed.
A storm and a wind,
that do not end.
many people were lost,
during this awfull ghost.
sea makes floods,
filling all roads.
people are worried,
while graves are buried.
victims do rest,
their with Jesus Christ.
America, we are all sad,
a bad day you had.
America we live in mourning,
in the evening and in the morning.
we must all pray,
on this memorable day.

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  • (10/28/2005 7:38:00 AM)

    this poem is for victims of katrina. we all support the united states in this big disaster.we are all sure that the united states could overcome this disaster. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 6, 2005

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