MOTHER NATURE SO UNKIND. Dedicated to the Victims of the Tsunami on 26th December 2004.
Posted on December 26th, 2016

Susantha Wijesinghe.

 

A lonesome lissome  lass, languish

In solemn silence, on the Sea Shore,

awaiting for Loved Ones in anguish,

refusing to believe, they are no more.

 

Twas 26th dreary doomsday December,

TSUNAMI rose high, frothing foaming fury,

Its verdict was for WORLD to remember,

How mercilessly, it can be Judge and Jury.

 

Had no qualms, in choosing lives,

Of rich and poor, young and old,

Brothers and Sisters, Husband and Wives,

Hear survivors trauma, story unfold.

 

It blew the roofs, edifices mowed down,

The MIGHTY FORCE, no match to withstand,

Devastating Countries, Village and Town,

and snatching babies from mothers hand.

 

People of the world, their hearts lit bright,

With speedy Aid to survivors forlorn,

Eternal Spring of help, now glows light,

BRIGHTENING HEARTS, OF CRUELTY BYGONE.

 

A poem presented in 2005 at Famous Poets Convention,

held at Reno Hilton, Nevada.

 

Susantha Wijesinghe

A Melvin Jones Fellow.

2 Responses to “MOTHER NATURE SO UNKIND. Dedicated to the Victims of the Tsunami on 26th December 2004.”

  1. Lorenzo Says:

    It has been 12 years since the tragedy.

    Lost friends to it.

  2. Susantha Wijesinghe Says:

    LORENZO !! I HAVE BEEN, AND I WILL BE, PUBLISHING THIS POEM AS LONG AS I LIVE. I SAW THE DISASTER ON YOUTUBE CLIPS. YOUR COMMENT IS ON LAST YEARS PUBLICATION TOO.

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