Uma Ram

The Hurricane - Poem by Uma Ram

The Katrina,
The Andrea,
The Isabel,
The Teresa,
The Anna-
And what not? ? ?
More disastrous are the
Female hurricanes!
Are the weather stats;
Referring the disastrous twisters
With female nomenclature-
Not offended, but
Grateful is the
Women’s race-
For honoring us
With such dreadful phenomena;
Yes, the gentle breeze,
That sways even
The tallest and stiffest trees,
With its grace,
That can become
The deadliest
Hurricanes and twisters
When exploited!
Equating them with women
The epitomes of
Patience and love;
As long as
Reciprocated with
Love and affection;
We surrender to love
But not dictatorship!
Drilling the earth’s heart
With multi storeys;
For more inhabitation-
Invoking her
Devastating earthquakes!
Respect women,
Respect nature;
Respect earth,
We too have

Topic(s) of this poem: earth, nature, women empowerment

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 22, 2015

Poem Edited: Sunday, March 22, 2015

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