William Flemming

Tsunami - Poem by William Flemming

Dedicated to those whom lost their lives and/or loved ones due to the December 26th tsunami that struck the countries and peoples of the Indian ocean region!

The warm breeze, morning.
Rays of sun through yellow and orange clouds, morning.
The calming tranquility, morning.
Waves, waves, waves, ebb and flow, ebb and flow, morning.
A yawn, a stretch, a jog, morning.
The ocean has moved.
The horizon, beautiful, wonderous, morning.
The laugh, the giggle, the happiness, morning.
A rush, a scream, a cry, a wave, mourning.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 1, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, May 17, 2010

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