I WISH YOU GET THIS LETTER! by Hassan

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Dear friend -a poem…

                                                                                       Many times the Typhoon   Haiyan

                                                                      has affected children,                     as  quick as a flash,

                                                 it looks like a a Water Tornado blown by the wind, more like a lack of  hot  air,                                                                                                                                               a lion to ROAR and hold back the water.

                                                               The water destroying houses,streets and many others.

                                                                                                    Especially   floods.

                                                                                 YET,the sea rises to reclaim its own

1 thing is while I was writing we spotted a rainbow so it’s a sign of… GOOD LUCK.

I wish this doesn’t happen again or tornados, typhoons or tsunamis

WELL  KEEP  FEAR  IN  YOUR  HANDS  AND  NEVER LET   IT   GO.

Keep faith and never Leave it.

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2 responses »

  1. Hassan I think you were brave to write your letter as a poem today – and you have lived up to the extra challenge by using some strong images. I especially like ‘The sea rises to claim its own’
    and the alliteration in typhoons, tornadoes and tsunamis.

    You are right – the rainbow that came out while we were writing our blogs really seemed to be an auspicious sign!

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