samuel munachim

Tsunami - Poem by samuel munachim

There has been disaster late
In the vast Asian estate
Groups and people now donate
Steady they Tsunami's fate
Gifts or money they will pay
Sizes which no one can say
It has always been the way
Now to give or least to pray
Struck though not by human sword
Man and beast are now devoured
It has been a bitter gourd
Unto them thus now outpoured
Many lives are lost to us
Swallowed up in earthly fuss
The ill-fated omnibus
Fares a population thus.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 14, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, August 16, 2010

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