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Katrina: A Season In Hell
by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

Thursday, August 09, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Nearly two years already ...

The Season In Hell

... came in dire forecasts, on the
heated breath of the Gulf, in
one storm after another.
One bad enough.  Katrina,
the big mamajama that
outbadded them all, a she -
devil of wickedness, took
us down, down, into the depths,
into the watery pits
of Hell.  The wet, how it burned!

Still trying to atone for
sins, still trying to rebuild.

(c) 2007, Karla Dorman (8/8)

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Reviewed by Art Sun 8/10/2007
Even poetry can show the devastation of a storem....yours excells within a few words and thoughts the immensity of this.....

nice work...

Art Sun.....
Reviewed by Kathryn Collins 8/10/2007
Dear Karla,

This may be my favorite of yours so far.

The wet, how it burned!
the big mamajama that outbadded them all

You tell of the force, the domination.


Reviewed by K. Mulroney 8/10/2007
the big mamajama that
outbadded them all

Now thats a line I can get into! Great stortie on the still aflicting Katrina. Such a sweet name for such a devastor!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 8/10/2007
I truly pray we never see the likes of this She-Devil again. And I truly cannot believe that we cannot seem to get the re-building done almost two years later. Half of once glorious New Orleans still lies in ruin today.
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 8/10/2007
Wow.. well done Karla..
missed not visiting your Den..sorry 'bout that..haven't been 'round much..will visit more often.. I promise!

Vesna :)
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 8/10/2007
I wish to know what the politicians are saying in the Deep South in these days of Presidential Campaigning.
What?!!! they weren't aware of Katrina? is a film starlet they ask?
Gimme a break!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 8/10/2007
great job here of bringing this back. mamajama is really cool. thanks for sharing
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 8/9/2007
you have expressed well the terrible many faces of the destruction of Katrina
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 8/9/2007
You bring out the pain that is still so very much alive. So many lives disruped and changed forever......

Be safe,
Reviewed by Rafiriio Daniels 8/9/2007
This was a great piece of poetry to view!
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 8/9/2007
Katrina has shown the world another side to America...
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 8/9/2007
So here we are this year....three months into the season, nary a whimper have we heard, except for your stalled front which wreaked a havoc on it's own. Could it be Mother nature has looked the other way for a time? and may give us a break this year? We can only keep our fingers crossed.

Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 8/9/2007
A storm that will forever linger in the thoughts and memories of many across the nation, a storm that has affected the lives of many. A great write!
Joyce B.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 8/9/2007
Yes she will go down in history as the mother of all storms and it will be a long time before its madness will be forgotten or forgiven.

Reviewed by Missy Cross 8/9/2007
"the big mamajama that
outbadded them all"...

I always have this funny feeling that she never really left, as strong as her presence still is. It takes a poet of your talent to tame her with verse... good 'un...
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 8/9/2007
Karla, it is something that will never be forgotten, such a shame for the beauty lost. |Thank you for sharing.
Reviewed by D Johnson 8/9/2007
And may we not forget that Katrina was followed on it's heals by Rita which exasterbated the problems, and the struggle remains.

Reviewed by Winter Knight 8/9/2007
Reviewed by E T Waldron 8/9/2007
Such a grim thing to remember but you did it well Karla and remember we must!Especially if we ever hope to see it rebuilt! It's such a tragedy we are still feeling,and more happening on top of it. We musn't forget to pray...

Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 8/9/2007
It is unthinkable that parts of New Orleans and the American South still lay in ruins nearly two years later. Something should have been done a lot sooner to help those poor people rebuild; such a shame! Powerful write; we must not forget!! Thanks!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your twin, Karen Lynn. :(
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader) 8/9/2007
It is incredible that a beautiful city has not been rebuilt. Victor

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