General Poetry posted October 17, 2019

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by dovemarie

Windy storm
Raging, fierce nor'easter
Feeling just like Dorothy's twister

Nimbus clouds
Threaten, floating above
Wind-swept streets scattering bundled crowds

Howling sound
Rushing throughout the town
At last sunlight flashes; wind dies down

3-6-9 Poem contest entry


We had a really severe nor'easter today in the New England city where I live. It inspired this poem. Thanks to Amber Clay from Pixabay.
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