Andrew Matthews


The Terrible Tragedy The Tsunami - Poem by Andrew Matthews

When the wave came in
no-one had a clue
of the destruction
or the devastation it would cause.

The Earthquake that caused it
was as always out of the blue
and no-one could know
that thousands would die.

Millions of tons of water
reaping it's terrible crop
washing away all the people
all wishing the death would stop.

The Asian Tsunami 2004/2005
11/10/05
8: 29pm


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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 13, 2009



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