Blood-red clouds churning above Saturn's north pole - far larger than any hurricane we on earth have ever seen, this super storm is 2,000 km wide with wind speeds up to 330 mph, or 150 metres per second, to put it into perpesctive.
The 10th in the More Than Series. This one about Joy.
Not just for the brave and faint of heart...said a wise man
Nothing is quite as dramatic as a storm at sea to make us feel the full power of nature at her wildest. We become insignificant as her waves pound the rocks and shores.. Nature always reminds us of our place in the great scheme of things..Perhaps a lesson we would be wise not to forge...
Haiku that I have written on flowers and nature. I hope you enjoy reading them. Kindly let me know if I am breaking any rules of haiku, just started writing them.
Chapter four of the five part "Magic Book" story, Tom and Ruby are captured. read on to find out what happens next.
The Blizzard of 2013 is one we will long remember in Maine. During the storm I took pictures and wrote a poem so that I might share the making of Maine's history with all my Wikinut friends.
Sea and land, time and tide, like the cycle of life itself, ever changing....
Lived through it and loved each moment of the storm
The hurricane Sandy has eases off after four days of total wreckage it brought on the east coast. American are already counting their loss and nobody knows when another hurricane we hit and where next. This is hoping American would learn from this super storm.
I have experienced and seen many many things in my short life, and put them to paper in the form of poetry, to inspire people and to provoke thought.. Read, learn, and enjoy
Lets take a look at old wife's tales, just how much truth can we find in them?
A dark poem with a dark message tied to it. I've been putting up with my college work and now I have some time to write something. So I decided to write this. I'll leave it to the reader. Comments are open.
A poem about a dark cloud coming overhead what it creates and thought of better weather.
This article is about a very severe storm that happened in 1962. It is considered to be one of the most vicious storms to hit the mid-Atlantic states.
In the quiet of the harbor the day and mood meld into one...
The sea reflects many conflicting passions and moods...
Two free verse poems of winter giving way to spring in a harbor town.
As Irene approaches the East coast of the USA, I watch anxiously from my Maine home the coming of sunrise.
This original poem was written by the author, Jeni Platt, in the year 2005. It vividly illustrates some of the beautiful things she loves.
My uncle loved sailing and took my friend and I on a lake-water adventure. Even at 24, sailing with my godfather makes me feel 6 again!
A poem telling the story of the destructive force of the wind.
It is also true that you can take some measures and reinforce your house to withstand the power of a hurricane. The following tips will help you to prepare your house for a hurricane.
A racing driver runs his final (by choice) race. I love this poem.
Cast away on a desolate island, passionate, yearning thoughts of his only love...