Leonardo Makuya


Thunders Of The Winter - Poem by Leonardo Makuya

Heavy and cruelly powerful.
But with a little light.
Groaning like a beast.
On the face of the earth.
With an evil chill.
Surging through.
Again and again.
Disturbing the poor wanderers.
Again and again.
Patten by desolated.
Are the little crops.
Shivering in despair.
Left, right they submissively turn.
Whenever it blows.
With a diabolical laughter.

Topic(s) of this poem: nature


Comments about Thunders Of The Winter by Leonardo Makuya

  • Terry Craddock (12/10/2015 8:52:00 PM)


    Diabolical Thunder Storm Laughter

    must be sudden diabolical laughter
    in thunder storm lighting loud tempest
    small children thunder clasps scare


    Copyright © Terence George Craddock
    Inspired by the poem 'Thunders Of The Winter' by Leonardo Makuy.
    Dedicated to the poet Leonardo Makuy.
    Written in December 2015 on the 11.12.2015.
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  • Terry Craddock (12/10/2015 8:51:00 PM)


    Swift Melt Ice Sorrows

    loved spent storm
    for the contrast to spring
    which makes coming of summer
    seasonal even more enjoyable
    soft whisper breeze gust
    swift melt ice sorrows


    Copyright © Terence George Craddock
    Inspired by the poem 'Thunders Of The Winter' by Leonardo Makuy.
    Dedicated to the poet Leonardo Makuy.
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  • Terry Craddock (12/10/2015 8:43:00 PM)


    Love Long Thunder Storms

    I love long thunder storms
    loud clap tempest bursts raging
    thunder diabolical laughter


    Copyright © Terence George Craddock
    Inspired by the poem 'Thunders Of The Winter' by Leonardo Makuy.
    Dedicated to the poet Leonardo Makuy.
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  • Terry Craddock (12/10/2015 8:42:00 PM)


    Turbulent Storm Chill Sleet Contrasts

    love turbulent storm ice chill sleet contrasts
    spring winter waking into slide summer promise
    heralds coming summer warmer hot dry days


    Copyright © Terence George Craddock
    Inspired by the poem 'Thunders Of The Winter' by Leonardo Makuy.
    Dedicated to the poet Leonardo Makuy.
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  • Terry Craddock (12/10/2015 8:42:00 PM)


    Thunder Storms Raging Tempest Elemental

    I we love thunder storms
    raging tempest elemental
    must be laughter diabolical

    in atmosphere lightning split
    charged ions pulsing sky torrents
    electrofying air quivering currents

    arch across skies into grounds
    struck into mute stuned silences
    waking slumber earth sleep ageless

    what divine creatures invisible
    dance in appreciation tribute lights
    pass conceptions blind boundaries


    Copyright © Terence George Craddock
    Inspired by the poem 'Thunders Of The Winter' by Leonardo Makuy.
    Dedicated to the poet Leonardo Makuy.
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  • Terry Craddock (12/10/2015 8:41:00 PM)


    Elemental Beings Inhabit Storm Charged Souls

    elemental beings
    electrically charged souls
    estatic love thunder storms

    absorb atomized raging tempest
    into fibre of souls tissues atoms
    recharging cascade surging spirit

    welcome diabolical laughter
    shouted in wind wild storm gust
    body needs seeks no shelter


    Copyright © Terence George Craddock
    Inspired by the poem 'Thunders Of The Winter' by Leonardo Makuy.
    Dedicated to the poet Leonardo Makuy.
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  • Chinedu Dike (10/14/2015 8:45:00 PM)


    A good depiction of the unpleasant effects of the winter storm, well articulated and insightfully penned with conviction. A lovely poem indeed. Thanks for sharing Leonardo. Please read my poem MANDELA - THE IMMORTAL ICON. (Report) Reply

  • Terry Craddock (9/20/2015 5:22:00 PM)


    I love thunder storms, the tempest, must be the diabolical laughter, loved the storm for the contrast to spring, which makes the coming of summer even more enjoyable. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 20, 2015



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