Storm Chasers

Storm Chasers

A Poem by Samuel Ferris

The hot up-flow rising against
the cool column of air
starts to spin;
there are those who
would chase you
passed death and on
into the funneling eye,
and when you close
swirling your lids shut
to the heavens,
they will fall back 
on themselves
like air clapping back
before the sound
of thunder.

© 2010 Samuel Ferris


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Great work…….
Beatiful…….


Posted 11 Years Ago


Hi..
Nice read…
Storm chasers…..nice theme….
You convey the message that storms can
Not be chased?



Posted 11 Years Ago



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Samuel Ferris
Samuel Ferris

Rochester, NY



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I enjoy reading and writing, playing guitar, piano, and composing music. I enjoy reading the poetry of Seamus Heaney, TS elliot, William Carlos Williams, EE Cummings, Lorca, pablo neruda, emily dicke.. more..

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