Cause And Effect

T'was the night of the storm;
Two nations stood silent;
Travailing emotions;
To it's imminent effect.
Lightning and thunder,
Frazzle clear mid-east skies;
From a desert storm.
On a hot winters night,
Ensconced in a bunker; safe from the storm;
Sits the cause .... dining on fresh humble pie.

by Frank James Ryan

Other poems of RYAN (2)

Comments (7)

If this is yr poetic style im sorry but u aint very gud... Although keep writting ull get gud someday.... :) And its a goodthing yr writing caz poetry is for everyone... :)
ATTENTION.....THESE ARE NOT MY POEM PAGES...PLEASE EXIT & TYPE MY NAME IN AS FRANK JAMES RYAN JR....AND CLICK THE NAME THAT HAS THE 70+ WORKS/POEMS I HAVE ASKED FOR THESE 3 MIS-POSTS TO BE DELETED FOR THE PAST 3 YEARS, NOW! YET HERE THEY STILL ARE.....THANK YOU....FJR
Great poem Frank. That bunker, as like this poem, has great conTENts. God bless us all-MJG.
As always, the location must be undisclosed. Fine poem, Frank!
* YAWNS * boreing poetry
See More