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Mother nature is the biggest terrorist, killing thounsands at one time. I truly feel sorry for all those people killed in Asia by the tidal wave.

So here we sit,
all around terror want quit.
Comfortably I am in my living room,
outside everywhere terror does loom.
The after effects of the vibration,
affects a brain to its realization.

Here's the deal,
horrible events are real,
our heart and soul they try to steal.
A small part feels the stress,
the bigger fraction enjoys not being in the mess.
A comfort zone remains,
as all the terror stains.

Fear inside the head,
worst than terror in the red.
Got to protect the dome,
it's my main home.
Until terror comes knocking,
its tidal wave gets blocking.



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Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 12/27/2004

a horrible situation...all we can do is pray

(((HUGS))) and love, karla. :(
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 12/27/2004
It came, it grew, it swept away. It will come again another day. Just wait. No use musing about terror. Live while we can, before mother nature takes it all.

Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 12/27/2004
So much destruction, heartbreaking.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/27/2004
Sad thing about mother nature...but I believe there is a reason for this tragedy!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 12/27/2004
powerful write, such a sad thing! god help those affected by the tsunamis and quakes; such a horrible tragedy! well done!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :( >tears <
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 12/27/2004
What is Andy hollering about? Global Warning or Global Warming? We have excellent warning systems in USA. The countries that were hit the hardest do not have warning systems and were not able to get word to their people to have them evacuate. I am saddened by all the death and distruction and I pray that aid reaches these people swiftly. Perhaps this will be a wakeup call to their governments to get a system in place to alert their people of impending disaster. Thank you for your words, Grady.
Take care,
Reviewed by E T Waldron 12/27/2004
Great write Grady! We need to help and pray!!!
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 12/27/2004
This was NOT caused by global warming, an earth quake of 9.1 or so caused this, but global warming is still a problem and if the ice caps melt, all coastal cities everywhere will be wiped out eventually...

Now as for this poem, Grady, since it kinda got the last few off on a excellent write on the power of mom Nature...I didn't know you wrote in the Nature category too, quite well I might add, Peace my friend, Ed & rufuz
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 12/27/2004
I think America is listening it just that the countries most affected by this did not sign up for the warning system.
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Reviewed by Debashish Haar (Reader) 12/27/2004
It was around 1:00 am IST when a mild tremor was experienced at Bangalore, I was half asleep reading Michael Crichton's "State of Fear" where he discusses about an imminent environmental disaster... When I opened the newspaper in the morning, was surprised to know what happened...Callous disaster management cost so many lives in India. It took two and half hours for the Tsunamis to hit the coastlines, people could have been alerted...two-and-half hour [time elapsed between two events: 1)Tremors rocking Indonesian coast and 2)Tsunami waves hitting Indian Costlines] means a whole 210 olympic marathon race finishes in that time...Loss of lives in India was chiefly due to callous disaster management, their unpreparedness!

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My heart goes out to those who died and those who are left to live the death of their dear ones....


Reviewed by Kate Clifford 12/27/2004
Yes natural disasters can really do some damage! Great capture of this feeling.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 12/27/2004
Mother Nature is truly the most powerful force on the planet, and our prayers go out to her latest victims and their families.
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 12/27/2004
That was so terrible and horrible Grady, excellent poem and thoughts! My heart goes out to those in India,

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