This Poem was Submitted By: Jackie Ray Kays On Date: 2001-01-02 22:44:27 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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Devil Dancing

Listen!  There it goes again!  Itís the Devil dancing in the wind.  Roaring, twisting, bearing down,  like a giant monster from the  heavens bound.  The black clouds swirl slowly  towards the ground.  Birds of the sea quickly flee.  Lighting flashing, thunder clashing.  Foam capped waves crashing over the  tall sea wall.  The gale winds howl as the might oaks began to fall.  Once on land heís violent, unforgiving  and destroying everything he can.  Flying glass, two by fours and jagged tin.  Death and destruction is his biggest sin.  Heís the devilÖ  dancing in a hurricane wind. 

Copyright © January 2001 Jackie Ray Kays

Additional Notes:
I think anyone that has ever experienced a hurrcane will appreciate this poem...I hope.


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