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Love Poem: Love in the Eyes of Hurricanes

Updated on February 15, 2015
Hurricane's coverage is wide. This is dangerous to properties and lives.
Hurricane's coverage is wide. This is dangerous to properties and lives. | Source

There was hatred when Hurricane A passed my heart.

I cried as he tried my strength.

I fell as his intensity increased.

Days had passed.

I tried to rebuild my dumped life with somebody.

He healed my lesion and damped my core’s pit.

Kissing is a sign of appreciation and love.
Kissing is a sign of appreciation and love. | Source

The continents were witnesses of our romances.

Hearing one’s voice was already satisfying.

Both of us were keyed up before the end of the year.

The stronger the hurricane, the greater danger it gives to the people.
The stronger the hurricane, the greater danger it gives to the people. | Source

Two days before Christmas season, a catastrophe had occurred.

Our borough faced the severity of Hurricane B.

Oust Hurricane!

You were Villager’s Foe!

You were my heart’s villain!

I wanted to shout my woe but I preferred to be tough.

Nature’s bleakness to my folks became my vigor.

But unconsciously, my potency was sought by an unknown rescue man.

I rejected him with one reason; a hurricane might set us apart.

Three days before the New Year’s Eve,

I cried my saga’s misfortunes and asked God’s sign.

Like a thunderstorm, He answered my prayer.

The man I declined returned and lodged as my lamp on Hurricane C night.

Love is stronger than anything else. It ignites even at the midst of hurricane
Love is stronger than anything else. It ignites even at the midst of hurricane | Source

How did you find love? Did you find it like a hurricane?

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      Pinky de Garcia 3 years ago

      Oh thank you, suzettenaples! Yes, you are right. Love seems to be a hurricane. It conquers all. It is difficult to resist once it touches our heart.

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      Suzette Walker 3 years ago from Taos, NM

      Awesome poem. I love all the photos you have here and the images you painted with your words. I like the literal and metaphorical meaning of the hurricane in your poem. Love is sometimes like a hurricane crossing our heart.