Michael Gale

Rookie (? / Chicago Illinois/Oklahoma City.)

Nature's Wrath, Does Give An Unwanted Bath. - Poem by Michael Gale

A cool Summer breeze brings pollen to allergies's
own wheeze and sneeze.
Maple leafs wave against many southern winds...
Rain drops pelt rooftop's of metaled building's dins.
Storms affront the lakes of lands...
Nature's wrath confronts plans of man.
Flash floods push Californian landslides down hills
against homes a-plenty.
All about ruined homes, the remains too muddy.
Large palm trees wrapped around cars so spoiled...
Aft'ward cleanups resulted in many manned hours
so toiled.
Insurance is the brace damm'ed against Nature's
caused disgrace.
Faith in claims denied, resulted in faith misplaced.
Scattered destruction shows this planet's nature
gone wild.
'Tis time to face facts of vast destruction's very
own melee defiled.
Faith in God, should have, by man, been prayed for...
Answered with miracles, would be,
many, many more.

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Comments about Nature's Wrath, Does Give An Unwanted Bath. by Michael Gale

  • (4/21/2006 2:33:00 PM)

    A good painting of Nature's wrath and vengeance with down-to-earth details (reference to insurance) . Susie. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 21, 2006

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