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Enough, Already
by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

Saturday, September 24, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I know, I know...another hurricane write. Know you're getting tired of them.....

Enough, already
with tempetuous winds and
massive ocean waves ...

let me catch my breath
between one onslaught before
the next approaches;

the walls protecting
my emotions are battered
and can't take much more.

My pen has been breached
and my words have eroded
into nothingness -

and what scares me the
most is that I can't find me
in all the chaos

of words blowing through,
the blue notes of depression
howling in the night.

Will I survive this
damn storm with my mind intact
or will they find me

blubbering like an
idiot like all the rest
who were affected?

God, I'd give anything
to find the beauty once more ...
Enough, already.

(c) 2005, Karla Dorman.

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Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 9/30/2005
Powerful. You so well expressed your feelings, karla and I beg God to give strength to all storm victims.
your brother abdinoor
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 9/26/2005
(((Karla)))

Powerful poem of the frustration we all are feeling at the present time; hope there are no more hurricanes for a while yet! god help those affected~

(((HUGS))) and much love, your twin, karen lynn. :( >tears <
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 9/25/2005
Brilliantly stated Karla...bravo!

peace and love, Carole
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip 9/25/2005
I think you located the empathy we all feel for the victims of these storms. You found it and nailed it down and framed it and pointed a big red arrow at its heart.
Best regards,
Leland
Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 9/25/2005
it doesn't really matter that you've written a dozen more about hurricanes, this poem is infused with voice and rhythm and meaning. write what presents itself and we're all at our best. Dawn
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 9/25/2005
that's the blessing Karla, "not being in the chaos." Sometimes this is all we have, not being in trouble ourselves. So we pray for others who are
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 9/25/2005
and what scares me the
most is that I can't find me
in all the chaos

I think you already have, Karla.
Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 9/25/2005
Big hugs to you dear Karla...hang in there dear lady,it wont be forever and the rainbow will be beautiful again soon.
I feel so sorry for all the folk caught in the storms bashing your beautiful country.
My prayers are with you.
Your poem was from your heart and is full of real emotion which has touched me.I feel your pain through your excellent words.
Best wishes always
from
kay.
Reviewed by Cynthia Borris 9/24/2005
Karla,

Some of our best words are creation of chaos and disaster. Your beauty is still there.

Cynthia
Reviewed by Felix Perry 9/24/2005
Lets hope we all can Karla as our hearts bleed.

Felix
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 9/24/2005
We must face life's trials as they are presented to us and we must deal with them in whatever way helps us to make sense of them. We are writers, we pour onto the page what flows through our veins. I pray that the hurricanes are behind us, but there will be new trials as we continue our journey through this life.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by E T Waldron 9/24/2005
Karla your poems are always important and have a good message! Events that are happening should certainly be written about as much as you find the impetus to do so. This is fine writing, from a caring heart!

Love,
Eileen
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 9/24/2005
We can only live where we live..
Better days a coming....
your friend,
ron
Reviewed by Sandra Mushi 9/24/2005
I just wish you well, sweets! You will find beauty - with time. Hopefully the season ends with not much damage. Keep well dear.

God bless,

Sandie.
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 9/24/2005
You'll find beauty again and again. I think that perhaps all this bad weather will cause many of us to really notice and appreciate the splendid beauty of "normal" days and nights. Perhaps Katrina and Rita have caused us to appreciate our homes and loved ones, even more. Very well expressed, Karla!
Reviewed by Huda Orfali 9/24/2005
yes you will survive my friend
that's hte spirit
love and peace
Huda
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 9/24/2005
Human will supercedes storms. although the season for the storms is not over yet.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 9/24/2005
How can we grow tired of that which causes untold suffering - and what right have we, the unaffected, to, anyway? You have given us this "another" write with such stark reality and searing agony that it is like I feel Katrinas lashing again for the first time, whipping up the fear and anticipation - both of onslaught and now, in the light of experience, aftermath. Be well and be safe, Karla. Be strong and hold on - I know you will as your spirit is immense. Your pen is almost your power and your protection - your means to overcome. This is acute and it can never be "Enough" to hear about it - and certainly not in the unique and refreshing ways that you portray the issues. LOL and prayers, Kate xx
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 9/24/2005
Powerfully stated Karla!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 9/24/2005

Whatever is there, "Enough, Already" said it in full.

An enjoyable reading. A poetic task fulfilled to stimulate
thoughts on humanity.

I salute You, Poet!


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero 9/24/2005
Karla, I can tell this piece came out straight from the heart to the brain, to paper because of the way it flows! Easy like Sunday morning. Good work!

Carmen :-)
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 9/24/2005
Hurricane season ends in November, though that is not much help for now, but then you will complain about something else, LOL! But just think of all the water you are getting, won't need to worry about showers and fresh water for awhile...Ed
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 9/24/2005
The New Orleans area is saying that. We are lucky and safe here in Southwest Houston with full tanks of gasolinein the garage and intermittant sunshine.

Ron



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