Tsunami slapped Fukushima

Tsunami slapped Fukushima

A Poem by Karen Chadde
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Lest we not forget

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Tsunami slapped Fukushima
Tsunami struck with no remorse
With a liquid intensive force.
All reality was withdrawn
swollen to a last gasp gone.
What hasn’t died is doomed
to strange mutations loomed.
Progress has become the cancer
This wounded planet must answer.
Ashes…Ashes…we all fall down.         

© 2012 Karen Chadde


Author's Note

Karen Chadde
My very first poem attempt here at the WritersCafe.org ! Thanks for your thoughts on this poem. What a very inspiring place to be here on this website! I look forward to reading your works too. Thank you.

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Hi Karen,
I appreciate you for reflecting on Tsunami.
The catastrophe it caused in Fukushima may not be imagined unless one falls in such situation.
However,you have nicely pointed out some reasons of such catastrophe which deserves serious thought.The following lines are awesome.
"Progress has become the cancer
This wounded planet must answer."
Congratulations!!!




Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Karen Chadde

7 Years Ago

Hi Zainul, thank you very much your for review on the poem. I appreciate your kind words greatly! .. read more
zainul

7 Years Ago

Hi Karen,
Thanks for the great work for humanity.
It seems that a poet can be more promi.. read more



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looks as if you have found a new home...wonderful write full of emotion and a certain story tellimg narative. i sincerely hope the end won't involve ashes but i admire the clever segue , nice poem

Posted 7 Years Ago


Karen Chadde

7 Years Ago

Thank you! I am really enjoying this amazing diverse group of writers and their works! Thanks for .. read more
Hi Karen,
I appreciate you for reflecting on Tsunami.
The catastrophe it caused in Fukushima may not be imagined unless one falls in such situation.
However,you have nicely pointed out some reasons of such catastrophe which deserves serious thought.The following lines are awesome.
"Progress has become the cancer
This wounded planet must answer."
Congratulations!!!




Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Karen Chadde

7 Years Ago

Hi Zainul, thank you very much your for review on the poem. I appreciate your kind words greatly! .. read more
zainul

7 Years Ago

Hi Karen,
Thanks for the great work for humanity.
It seems that a poet can be more promi.. read more
a tiny but intense, well crafted tribute to the surviours, well done

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Karen Chadde

7 Years Ago

Thank you very much Sheema, I appreciate your feedback on the poem greatly!
I like your first poem Karen & am proud to be the first one to review it. keep them coming. All Good Things, Neville

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Karen Chadde

7 Years Ago

Thank you Neville! I appreciate your kind words and encouragement. Still learning the ropes of wri.. read more
Neville Pettitt

7 Years Ago

My pleasure, Neville

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Added on September 12, 2012
Last Updated on September 12, 2012
Tags: earth, green, tsunami, nuclear, end of world, ocean, natural disaster, nature, environmental, fukushima

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Karen Chadde
Karen Chadde

Black Canyon City, AZ




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