Pages tagged with Flood

The book of Genesis in poetry In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth, and the earth was without form and void and darkness was upon the face of the deep, and God said let there be light and there was light
Water, water, everywhere, but nobody feels like drinking it. Except a few thirsty animals. But I digress. Yep, sometimes nature decides that it wants to take a good long shower and bath. Is it to clean itself? Or is it just a random thing that just happens?
God becomes angry with his creation and decides to destroy all that he has made but than he becomes aware of Noah and his family and changes his plans.
In 2007, Richard Hammond left his Porsche on traffic and ran all the way to his home for 16 miles to make it for his daughter birthday
Max went out to help the flood victims and ended up hurt and missing. He was found by some volunteers that transported him to the Red Cross tent. He was then transferred to the hospital. He is in a coma. As soon as Danielle got word of where he was she had Jake the farm hand take her...
Max and Jake volunteered to help during the flood. They took Jake's small boat. When the road collapsed the water capsized the boat. They got separated and Jake couldn't find Max. Danielle has been sick with worry.
Danielle is sick with worry. Max has been missing for two day. The newscasters are referring to the flood as the hundred year flood. Danielle's grandfather used to speak of a flood like this when he was a little boy.
Having travelled across many parts of this globe and have seen some interesting homes and each home normally has a person that belongs with it, and that may explain why during the course of our lives we move several times. Generally we move out of our parent's home and into our own pl...
Located on the haunted West Penn Trail, Livermore is also known as Satan's Seat due to the complex nature of the repeated floods that never allowed the town to replenish itself into a healthy form
What happens when it rains, and rains, and rains? Disaster!
A school destroyed by the Flood of 2011 is finally being rebuilt. Ground was broken this past week for a new school which could open by the start of the 2015 school year.
In the Philippines as in other countries, a great number of people are drowned and Thousands of humans killed, not to mention the millions of pesos lost in terms of crops, properties and infrastructure resulting from flooding caused by over logging and wanton destruction of forest res...
Sijo, Haiku, Senryu and Ninette have their own forms, they limit as well as enhance the imagery of poems.
War and armed conflicts are happening the world over. Coupled with damages wrought by typhoons, tornados, floods, droughts, etc. the world's economy and supply of food are greatly jeopardized. This is clear handwriting on the wall that man must do something to avert coming food crisi...
BMKG( Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysical Department ) assumed that water level will probably be increased as the rain still pour down from the higher level. This is sad news for Indonesian.
This entry talks about the Filipinos' unbreakable spirit despite catastrophes.
Cypress trees can be used for a variety of landscaping purposes. Louisiana is naturally blessed with these amazingly beautiful cypress trees that can be found growing near water areas like the marsh..
What was left of a school destroyed by the Flood of 2011 is now gone. Now, the students, staff and parents look forward to the next step: building a new school.
The myth of Atlantis exercises a particularly strong hold on the collective imagination, it is hard to think of another myth that so many people are determined to demonstrate is true. Perhaps this is because the myths of all cultures seem to share a common source. In the civilisation ...
Sometimes it is best to leave when danger looms, instead of facing it. Homes can be replaced when destroyed, but the loss of lives destroys families, and can never be replaced.
Demolition began this week at a local school destroyed by the Flood of 2011. This is the first step toward rebuilding and recovering from the devastating flood.
People weren't the only ones affected by the Flood of 2011. Pets had to find shelter, too. Two furry flood refugees stayed with us. This is the last in a series about the flood.
Volunteers cleaned up muddy houses, sheltered homeless people and fed people with no food or electricity. Meet the real heroes of the Flood of 2011. This is the second in a three-part series.
Helicopters swooped down to rescue people clinging to their roofs. Cars were submerged. Thousands of people were evacuated. This weekend marks the second anniversary of the Flood of 2011. Here's part one in a three-part series.
A part of SCTEX Road going to Tipo and Tarlac collapsed due to massive rain fall and severe flood due to Typhoon Maring.
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