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Tsunami wave Pictures, Images and Photos


The tsunami

Races across the sea

Growing in size

Massive in strength

A monster

Destroying all in its path

©DGA 15.03.2011 01:55


Author: adeeyoyo

I am a middle-aged South African woman, living in Johannesburg. I began writing poetry towards the end of May 2010. I love animals – sometimes more than people!

14 thoughts on “TSUNAMI

  1. Very vivid imagary, Adee.


  2. I heard a lot about them when I was in primary school, then the word seemed to disappear from use until the boxing day one. I wonder if there had been a spate of them back then.

    I suppose I should do some research


  3. The power of water is astounding – as is brought home to us with the tsunamis.
    Hiya, Adeeyoyo. 🙂


  4. watching the news i … i really dont know what to say… we dont know what to expect… each day we are give is one to cherish…


    • I think most of us are in shock, Brian. I have been trying, not very successfully I admit, to live IN the day and this has encouraged me to try harder…


  5. I am so saddened by this news.


  6. Oh my gosh, that is such a view of nature’s power there.


  7. Tsunamis are so scary – I live near the sea and constantly dream of tsunamis, so watching what happened in Japan makes me feel very exposed – anyone who thinks they can control the forces of nature is living in lala land!


    • I lived next to the beach for a couple of years and, although I loved it in some ways, the sea sounded so loud at night that I struggled to sleep at first. I agree nature’s forces can be extremely powerful!


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