When The Wind Blows
18 September, 2005
author: Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)


Nature released anger
The innocent sought upon
No blame for it's violence
For there can be no compassion in the wind

Compassion is found in people
Those who help, those who unite
Those who flock together to aid
Touched by the hand of something much stronger

As one man sits in tears of all that is lost
Another works with the fevered ambition to save what he can
Nature was angry.. unbridled
Now we must pick up the pieces and struggle on

Innocence lost by many
With new enlightenments of realization
Nature's lessons harsh
But the humanity, as always, will prevail


Comments on this poem/writing:

Terrie* ( -- Sunday, September 18 2005, 07:56 pm

the turbulance of mother nature,

this is such a beautiful share..very heartfelt..thank you ...just thinkin' of losin' all one has ,identity and all is difficult to see or get past..we are soo blessed... thank you for this...
Meridian ( -- Sunday, September 18 2005, 09:53 pm

the cradle will rock

What's up Dreamer? Cool Poem! You're very right. There's a difference between a Good Samaritan, who offers his services to those that are in need, and a person who won't even give that down-in-out person the time of day. Brilliant!
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