Tag Archive: a poem by L.A.Steel

Sep 12 2017

Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Floods and Fires (A Poem)



Hurricanes howl as I climb the highest tower to observe the sight and sounds of angels crashing.  The storm surge rises to historic heights as the damaged sea is without water. The great ocean of power and punishment against mankind and all living things  storms against the ancient shores of Elysium and Heaven but can …

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Jan 29 2016

CROSSING THE LINE (A POEM)



      When does someone cross the line in a conversation or a public statement? I have crossed so many lines I have become blind to them.  Lies and lines dissolve when truth is told. Old and young men run away , frightened of what I say, frightened that their ears may sting and …

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Oct 28 2013

Stone Wall (A Poem)



Hard and impenetrable, too tall to look over, too long to go around, too narrow to walk on. Barren and cold, worn and old, standing against winds enduring the seasons. A stone wall creates a boundary, to separate people and plots of land, and is a means of defense. A stone wall is an illusion …

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