Sunday, March 13, 2011
Each Move Needs One to Be Brave (On Japan Earthquake 4 Poetry Potluck)
Japan Earthquake Images from google.com
On an island of this earth
Where seaweed is wrapped around sushi,
Plates of rocks under the sea crack,
Leading to towering rage of waves,
Mud, bricks, wind, and screams of voices,
What shocking wrecks and grieves.
I listen, watching it dreadfully,
The aftermath drowns me,
How sad this is not foreseen,
How bad this is real even in computer screen,
Dead folks haunt the shores
As survivors clinch their jaws.
People have to live it dryly
As they compile their mess daily.
What to leave, what to save,
Each move needs one to be brave.
No more water and sneers,
I would love to have some beers.
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