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Natural Disasters Poems | Examples of Natural Disasters Poetry

Natural Disasters Poems - Examples of all types of natural disasters poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for natural disasters.

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Premium Member House Of Fieresness
we're going all the way down the road of fate Well-being depends on a collective plate. Our souls are laden with sorrow and debate, And...Read More
Categories: natural disasters, adventure, allegory, angel, anger,
Form: Rhyme



Why
Looking out of my window at a world that cries with grief Mothers Fathers, and children shuffle by Mouths are covered, eyes are blinded, do they grimace underneath? All this madness forced upon us I wonder why? For the...Read More
Categories: natural disasters,
Form: Lyric
Mob Rules Rule
I once was A wasn't But Doesn't A dozen Wasn'ts Add up to Something ...Read More
Categories: natural disasters, assonance, guitar, heaven, mental
Form: Abecedarian
Forever
Forever Time is a word, without relevance or worth. Conceived by mankind, a distance from birth. If birth is the beginning, and death the end. A concept of life, where souls never blend So...Read More
Categories: natural disasters, creation, destiny, holocaust, home,
Form: Epic
The corpses, we're still counting
We look for responses when we should find an answer People aren’t healing, just left with a scar We are divided when we could stand together Our freedom’s a trap that leads us so far They all speak of...Read More
Categories: natural disasters, child abuse, death, humanity,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member OF PANDEMIC PROPORTIONS
stuck in the eye of the hurricane in devastating slow motion while at helter skelter speed deliberate in its devastation unforgivingly relentless overnight the shock sinks in a silence shuddering seeping to every depths of days numbered uttering its new reality left shaken to its very...Read More
Categories: environment, humanity, natural disasters,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member END OF TIME
END OF TIME Smile tormented, tear stained blood flowing down the streets to forever drift end of time Jesus is yet still coming here a flickering candle on the table, a blood red body tormented, tear stained The Mark of the Beast telling...Read More
Categories: natural disasters, analogy, conflict, destiny, environment,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member We have only ourselves to blame
We Have Only Ourselves To Blame The way we live now seems barely the same, Enduring one ecological disaster after another. It’s obvious we have only ourselves to blame For changing the climate and the weather. Enduring one...Read More
Categories: natural disasters, earth, earth day, fire,
Form: Pantoum
Premium Member Blizzard Coming
Dark clouds portended the blizzard coming Out of the west, ‘tis the perfect time of the year Crops are harvested, the northern chill is numbing. Whistling sounds of the sharp winds we hear Surrounding our house with an eerie,...Read More
Categories: natural disasters, nature, storm,
Form: Terza Rima
Premium Member tsunami sickness
sea draws back a breath shore disappears out of view ...Read More
Categories: allegory, allusion, natural disasters,
Form: Haiku
Chilly Willy
He wanders around as it snows - not easy without any clothes - despite being old, he isn't too cold (but says that his dangly bits froze...) written 29th December for Tania's snow contest...Read More
Categories: natural disasters,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member where dinosaurs roamed
landslides tumbling stones ...Read More
Categories: natural disasters, allegory, allusion, creation, history,
Form: Haiku
Unholy
Christly educate A substance unholy learn because of the white ...Read More
Categories: natural disasters, abuse, age, fear, natural
Form: Haiku
Unholy
Christly educate A substance unholy learn because of the white ...Read More
Categories: natural disasters, abuse, age, fear, natural
Form: Haiku
GIVE LIFE A CHANCE
nature suffering, in my heart I suffer with her too in your heart natures plight, you suffer you might not know it but it is killing you. killing you, me, all life suffering facing, facing, but mentally blinded to...Read More
Categories: natural disasters, child, children, creation, fear,
Form: Free verse

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