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Spring Weather haiku chain
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We are still having stormy weather
in California unlike any I've seen, I'm not complaining I love rain;-)


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haiku chain 5-7-5

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The  lightning spoke loud
But the thunder spoke louder
Then they were married


After they were wed
They spawned many thunderstorms
Some of them killers


One of their children
Became a bad tornado
Destroying many


One was all lightning
It took after its mother
Setting many fires


One called hurricane
Destroys hundreds of acres
Takes thousands of lives


Lightning and thunder
Are feared by many people
Hoping they divorce


The Bonnie and Clyde
Of all the weather forces
Cannot be destroyed


eT-2006
 
 

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Reviewed by Suzie Palmer
These are wonderful Eileen!
Creative, alive and original!
Love, Suzie :-D
Reviewed by L. Figgins
Love this-has the quality of native american tales. I'm a fan of thunder and lightning. We have had our share of storms this season.
Original ku chain, well done...Lin
Reviewed by jude forese
unique perspective on the stormy weather ... nice haiku chain ...
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Gotta stand outside and watch Nature at her most violent...especially on the beach when the lightening hits the water it lights up and sends chills up ones spine...love a good storm...Ed
Reviewed by Sherry Heim
Call me nuts, but I absolutely love a good thunder and lightning storm, Eileen. I had a big window in my bedroom in my house in Ohio. I wold spend hours in that room watching the amazing lightning and feeling the rumble of the thunder rattle every molecule of my being. I suppose there is the flip-side which is destruction, but to me it is truly beautiful...like a tiger, gorgeous beast, but deadly if he decdes to strike you. Nice Ku chain, Eileen.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Eileen,

Spawned from a vivid imagination, this is a perfect analogy; well done! I pray they settle down soon.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

Stay safe--
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Excellent write, Eileen; very well done! Hope the weather calms down soon; you are in my prayers!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter
Yes! You are correct...Mother Nature has bad children and her own bad days. We've provoked her to the limit and are destroying her ozone...the rain forest and her oceans are trashed with oil and debris of toxic waste. I'm a mother and if this happened to my family I'd be pissed too.

Your poem is quiet wisdom.
Susan
Reviewed by Carole Mathys
now that is a marriage, hope they keep the battle's down to just a few...excellent haiku chain Eileen
love and peace, Carole
Reviewed by m j hollingshead
lovely haiku, cousins in calif say the weather is astounding, photo bears that out. prayers
Reviewed by George Carroll
Each one is a gem. Splendid Haiku's. And that pic tells its own story.
Reviewed by Peter Paton
You illustrate the power and menace of thunderstorms and twisters in this striking haiku chain Eileen
Those deadly twisters are causing deaths and havoc in Missouri and Arkansas, let's hope and pray these crazy weather patterns stabilize soon
Spectacular graphic underlines the composition
Peter
Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero
The couple just visited the Midwest. Thunder must have done something really bad, because rain won't stop crying! :-(

Carmen :-)
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
The Bonnie and Clyde
Of all the weather forces
Cannot be destroyed

Not by mere mortals, anyway - and I fear they are now spawning even more deadly offspring.

That's quite a pic, too.

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
What a outstandig family packed nature write this is!!

Well done Eileen!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Dale Clark
How true it is Eileen. Mother Nature
is all powerful. Great write!
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
Hell of a job you did on these, Eileen. Gotta love it, the marriage thing. Yes, indeed. Good.
Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher
The Bonnie and Clyde of all weather forces cannot be destroyed, you are right and, in a way, it is a good thing that we can not temper wiht it. A beautiful chain, we just hope that the storms will calm down very soon.
Birgit and Roger
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