Sunday, November 17, 2013

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Linking today to Sunday Whirl:Wordle #135 AND Sunday Scribblings:#395 'etc' AND Postcards From Paradise

MS TYPHOON
She opens her mouth, and out spews,
Puddles of anxiety, hype and mayhem.
The pain of a nation, she cradles in her arms.
Her ominous eyes flashing headlights of befuddlement.
Does she isolate winners from losers?
No! all are warped in her murky marsh.
In the peril of her razor sharp wrath.

a lanky child
totes a sibling with her tears...
Haiyan typhoon

some will guzzle whisky and
some spaces in their bellies

quoting the wisdom
of one race; people on
planet earth

silky cords the binding yet
gathering all predefined

--gillena cox

Sometimes on a Sunday we talk here about sadness too.
Sunday Smiles; only because we must keep faith through prayers and wishes for God's mercy for those suffering through The Phillipines devastation.
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Today is #85 in the series Sunday Savvy: the theme is SAD revisit Sunday Savvy #84 Do you have something sad you wish to chat about this Sunday? EMAIL me, COMMENT, or a leave the LINK at the blog hop below.




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30 comments:

Jae Rose said...

Yes some people are typhoons who wreck devastation on their own scale..

rebecca said...

thank you for pausing to hold others in love and light; may we each find a way to lessen the suffering of others near and far.

Gillena Cox said...

Jae thank you for your appreciation

much love...

Gillena Cox said...

Rebecca, happy you stopped by

much love...

oldegg said...

Sometimes we choose were we live sometimes not. Nature ignores us all for we are nothing to her and her work is endless and relentless for she has no eyes. Let's hope the human race is humane in its concern.

Gillena Cox said...

oldegg thank you for your appreciation

much love...

Nara Malone said...

Adding my preyers to yours for those suffering in the Phillipines.

humbird said...

So passionate write! Thank you for sharing!

Robyn Greenhouse said...

Hoping that aid will come quickly to the people suffering.

Brian Miller said...

def some hard thoughts....the pick up of life after sucha disaster...without faith i dont know how some people do it...

WabiSabi said...

You are right ...sometimes we have to share the sad 'postcards' too. It is good to see though, how many people are lifting the Philippines up
in thought, prayer as well as sending assistance. Well written!

Anonymous said...

Prayers sent and thank you for this very timely piece,

Elizabeth

J Cosmo Newbery said...

Amazing and destructive. Probably not fair to label them as women though! I wish we had a government that was willing to acknowledge the reality of climate change.

Gillena Cox said...

Nara, happy you stopped by

much love...

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for your appreciation Humbird

much love...

Gillena Cox said...

happy you stopped by Robyn

much love...

Gillena Cox said...

thank you for your appreciation Brian

uch love...

Gillena Cox said...

Wabi Sabi, thank you for your appreciation

much love...

Gillena Cox said...

DM, happy you stopped by

much love...

Gillena Cox said...

J Cosmo, thank you for your appreciation

much love...

Sumana Roy said...


Nature's wrath.....helpless lives....
so passionately depicted...

Gillena Cox said...

Thank you for your appreciation Sumana

much love...

dsnake1 said...

it seems the scale of destruction is getting bigger with each new disaster. :(

a passionate write, Gillena.

Gillena Cox said...

Thank you for your appreciation Cheong san

much love...

Voyance gratuite par mail said...

All my congratulations and my courage to you about the incredible achievement of this site seems interesting and rich info .

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks Voyance

much love...

Jules said...

Mother nature - something rarely accurately predicted. Though we had some saved here in the states from tornadoes by the protection of a basement and quick thinking.

Typhoons and hurricanes bear down differently. Hopefully aid will pour in as swiftly as the winds that caused devastation and havoc.

Thank you for your visit to my Sunday Whirl story. It moves slowly. But I have fun with it.
~Jules

Gillena Cox said...

Jules thanks for stopping by; happy to be a part of Sunday Whirl


much love...

gautami tripathy said...

Such devastation....beautifully written...

Here is my Sunday Swirl post:
bridging the past with the future

Gillena Cox said...

glad you dropped in Gautami, thanks for leaving your link, will visit

much love...