A Haiku, The Tornado

Taking a short break from the spring-related haikus here is one about a tornado.

Dark skies, fierce winds moan
Cyclone of air touches Earth
Unbridled fury

Let me know what you think!
Thanks for reading!
Travis

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18 thoughts on “A Haiku, The Tornado

    1. I bet they are. I have never experienced one before but did plenty of research on them over the years. Incredible forces of nature. Oh, that’s right, I also did the Twister experience at Universal Studios years agoπŸ€”. That’s the closest I ever want to be to experiencing one. πŸ™ƒ

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      1. My brother, cousin, and I watched one rip through a street (a few streets over) from their apartment balcony, tearing off commercial roofs as it went. Not the brightest decision. Young and dumb. I have also drove through a neighborhood, just after one ravaged a few homes. These experiences were in Denver.

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      2. Wow! That is intense. It could have changed directions in a blink! We had one touchdown years ago about 20 minutes from my house. It leveled stores, restaurants, Barnes and Noble 😒, car dealerships, so many businesses ruined. Most of them came back some did not; thankfully Barnes and Noble came back.

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      3. Wow is right! We were not very bright. πŸ˜‚ Young and invincible. That sounds like some serious destruction! Yes, thank goodness your bookstore returned. 😌 πŸ“š πŸ’—

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      4. Haha, yes. I’ve been there too; nothing can stop us type of attitude. It really was quite the destruction. People were finding store signs miles away in their backyard. So glad they decided to rebuild the store. It’s a big hit in my area. πŸ™πŸ€—

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