MUSED
BellaOnline Literary Review
Hummingbird by Lisa Shea

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Poetry


Hurricane Season

Craig W. Steele

The storm starts when the drops start dropping.
When the drops stop dropping, then the storm starts stopping.
-- Dr. Seuss

A sharp rain hammers streaming glass
as lightning flashes claw the sea’s
dark hide, highlight rogue waves en masse
while sharp rain hammers streaming glass.
Wind flogs the boardwalk, flails dune grass,
transforms sand grains to stinging bees
as sharp rain hammers streaming glass,
and lightning flashes claw the seas.




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Reader Feedback:
Absolutely gorgeous poetry - the images, the rhythm, the rolling nature of the lines.
~Lisa