Thursday, November 20, 2008

St. Helens Roar

The Day Mt. St. Helens Roared


Rumble, rumble.

Roar of warning

Miles of gray filled skies
Dust souviners everywhere

Hope for future?

God will provide.


Lilli & Nevada said...

We went to St Helens a couple of yrs ago and i have always wanted to go back in the summer time to see it in full bloom it truly is a beautiful place.

Malyss said...

I remember well Mount St Helene.What a tragic day .Your photo is very impressive.And your poem sounds a little like a japanese haiku..
I tried to comment your former post with the beautyful picture of snow , but it did not work. I hope this comment will work.
I like poetry, so go on in this way, I'm sure you will do beautyful things.

SandyCarlson said...

That ragged stump makes me think of a ravaged hillside. The bright light makes me think of hope. I enjoyed your poem. It reminded me of the raw strength of nature.

RuneE said...

A moment I thought that the picture was of a volcano - so much did the stump look like one.

I'm glad we don't have one.

Love Bears All Things said...

I wondered if you had any snow yet. I know you are anxiously awaiting it. We have had very cold night time temperatures the last few days and the wind chill has been so sharp and cold.
Keep well, my friend!
Mama Bear

Gramma L said...

That would be some awesome power of God.

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