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Ginormous Gush

Updated on April 9, 2017
Flooded river banks
Flooded river banks | Source

#10 Poem Celebrating National Poetry Month



Ginormous Gush.....


Heaven torn apart

Tombs of woe down pour black

Eyelashes stand erect


Empty gutters fill

Tree saw hiss, limbs fallen short

Whirlpools gurgle might


Riverbanks explode

Kookaburra laughs and laughs

Home is now a floatie


Cars, boats, garbage sail

Sun ray deems one more chance

Sink holes right and left


Deluge of hearts torn

Torrents of unsaid tears build

Daisy chains rise



Kookaburra getting ready to laugh its morning laugh
Kookaburra getting ready to laugh its morning laugh | Source
Daisy chain of friendship....
Daisy chain of friendship.... | Source

© 2017 ThreeKeys

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      ThreeKeys 4 months ago from Australia

      Gracious of you Ventatachari. Thank you stopping by to enjoy my haiku poem.

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      Venkatachari M 4 months ago from Hyderabad, India

      Wonderful poetry and the song with video is too much enchanting. Thanks a lot for sharing this beautiful creation.

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      ThreeKeys 4 months ago from Australia

      It's a beautiful song...

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      John Hansen 4 months ago from Queensland Australia

      Yes, I always loved that song sung by Gene Wilder from Willy Wonka.

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      ThreeKeys 4 months ago from Australia

      Gina's call to action has reactivated exploring my creativity again for which I am grateful.Did you enjoy the song "my imagination"?

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      John Hansen 4 months ago from Queensland Australia

      Thank you for sharing these haiku for poetry month, Three Keys. Nice work.