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Dallas Tornado | Haiku Poem

Updated on April 5, 2012

Hugh Tractor Trailers Flying High in the Sky

Dallas, Texas Tornado Haiku

Weeping, no dry eyes

Only splintered wood remains

No death, only life

Dallas, Texas storm

Tractor trailers flying high

Tornado alley

Tractor Trailer goes airborne in Dallas, TX April 2012

April 3, 2012 14 Tornados in Dallas, TX Metroplex

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A markerDallas,TX -
Dallas, TX, USA
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B markerForney, TX -
Forney, TX 75126, USA
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C markerRockwall, TX -
Rockwall, TX, USA
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D markerLancaster, TX -
Lancaster, TX, USA
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E markerMesquite, TX -
Mesquite, TX, USA
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F markerArlington, TX -
Arlington, TX, USA
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G markerGrand Prairie -
Grand Prairie, TX, USA
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H markerIrving, TX -
Irving, TX, USA
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I markerFort Worth, TX -
Fort Worth, TX, USA
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      Mauve 3 years ago

      I can already tell that's gonna be super hefulpl.

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      Golfgal 5 years ago from McKinney, Texas

      Thanks for coming to visit. Strong or just naive, not sure which.

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      Deb Welch 5 years ago

      Your Haiku poem is good. - Up and Beautiful. Only have been where there were tornado warnings but no tornado.

      The weather in Texas is so changeable and unpredictable - you must be really strong people.