Japan: Storming the Heavens

by Steve Thompson
(Methuen,Ma USA)


The grounds erupt underneath watery depth,
Ripples of seas angry now.
Rise to meet the shore,
Violence never knew
It's strength...

Homes, cars, ships,
Joining hands,
For a journey,
Out of control...
Into mudslid swallowing,
Like bobbers floating
then submerged...
In doom.

Grasping in the muck,
Human lives
Now putty,
In Sacred hands,
Some will live
To tell,
Others flailing arms in
despair.

Grieve so gently now...
The night,
Sea drained of people...
Bodiless Souls,
Charging Holy Gates,
Smiling down,
At foolish Man...once again.

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Jan 28, 2012
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amazing
by: Anonymous

I think this poem is amazing because it has emotions in it, which not a lot of poems do...

Apr 01, 2011
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Wonderful!
by: Pisceslady

What a wonderful poem, thank you!

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