Home » Archives for hurricanes

April PAD Challenge Day 18 write a weather poem. A weather poem can be a poem about a hurricane or tornado; it can be a poem about the weatherperson; it can be a poem about forgetting an umbrella on a rainy day; it can be big; it can be small; etc. Written for my Killik.

Continue Reading

President Obama may have been referring to his administration but "Change" is definitely the Word of the Decade. Entire eco-systems are degrading from global warming … we must remind that in the last 16.4 billion years everything has happened exactly when it should, mankind has moved ahead, or are we forgetting our findings of brain surgery in past civilizations, long gone, so are we doomed to repeat the same idiocy? Are we headed for doom or Ascension? It’s all up to You!

Continue Reading

This poem talks about storms that face us in today’s world. There are hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, floods and tsunamis, but what about our inner storms?

Continue Reading

The second week in January has been sort of rough in southeast Louisiana. We are water and that is what we are! Lakes, rivers, streams, canals, creeks, the Gulf, and the list goes on. Add a week of rain non-stop and everything becomes soaked, even you, if you live here that is.

Continue Reading

Poem about the changing tides of our weather.

Continue Reading

By Scar.

Continue Reading

In memory of those who could have been saved. May the hearts and souls of the living, find their way back home.

Continue Reading

Whatever the world situation appears to be, God is still in control. We, as humans, have messed up the World. But God is still in power.

Continue Reading

Planet earth is our home that is the fulcrum of a variety of observances.

Continue Reading

You never know what lurks in the cloak of darkness especially when a Category four hurricane is upon you. Got light? You will need it in order to pierce the darkness.

Continue Reading

Hi there!

Hello! Welcome to Authspot, the spot for creative writing.
Read some stories and poems, and be sure to subscribe to our feed!

Find the Spot

Loading