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Silent Killer

Terrible devastating waves came,tearing dowm my home The beautiful silent house, shook to its very foundation And then the chilling snowfall, or was that a balm from Heaven

Copyright © | Year Posted 2011

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Date: 3/20/2011 1:03:00 PM
i drink your sweet sijo's flluid lines, tahera.. a wonder... best winnning luck! wow.. :) hugggs, nette
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Date: 3/18/2011 3:47:00 PM
Very expressive and descriptive work..No matter the situation of our lives there is always worse somewhere else...Enjoyed reading your work..Thanks for stopping by my blog and the encouraging words left there.I am super sore today..Maybe tomorrow will present itself with more improvements..Sara
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Date: 3/18/2011 8:50:00 AM
Tahera, I love the comparison of snow to a "balm from Heaven." Very appropriate analogy. You really brought to life the devastation of the tsunami, Tahera. Best wishes in the contest. Join me in praying for the people of Japan. Love, Carolyn
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Date: 3/18/2011 8:05:00 AM
Awesome write dear poet ! Good luck in the contest ! Have a great weekend love ! Much love, james
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Date: 3/18/2011 4:57:00 AM
Beautiful thought of a disaster shaking the peace and then balming by snowfall, that is nature or heaven. Quite deep and meaningful
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Date: 3/18/2011 4:39:00 AM
Exquisite beauty and in your lines Tahera depicting the tragedy of home land ... perfect title luv.. good luck in the new contest my friend.. wonderful ...
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Date: 3/17/2011 10:36:00 PM
Oh,my, this seemed symbolic of something ominous except for the way you ended it balm of heaven, now I am not sure. It sure is a very interesting read, Tahera. Last night it rained here and my car was very dirty from the rain and I heard that it was because of the fallout in Japan affecting the air all over the globe. The line about snowfall made me think of that.
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