Thursday, March 17, 2011

TSUNAMI Aftermath

Search-and-Rescue Workers Arrive in Ofunato [Image 8 of 23] by DVIDSHUB

The sudden nature’s fury in its full blow
Sunk a nation to the abyss of untold misery
Unfolding in its wake unheard of destruction
Numb, it left the nation with countless dead
Amidst the innumerable left homeless
Most worrisome is the radiation fall-out
Is it the quirk of fate or God's wrath? 

Tsunami Aftermath by npicturesk


  1. Nice piece, Amity. And God is not punishing them - they are His children.

  2. The poem and the pictures explains well the trail of devastation and misery left behind by nature's biggest blow.Our heart goes out to the people nof that nation.They are hardworking,have lost of pride and abundant resilience.They will soon be back on their feet with the support of generous nations.

  3. I never knew anyone who looked forward to Christmas as much as you do!
    I enjoyed your story, Hannah's Secret Garden with its wonderfully happy ending.

    I signed up for the A-Z Blogging Challenge (#472) and saw you on the list so I just stopped by to check out your blog and say "Hi". I look forward to reading your "alphabet" posts in April.

  4. Its so sad
    it brings us tears !!!!
    Touching post Amity ....

    (hugs from us all !!)

  5. In my opinion Amity, everything is decided by God. But I have so, so much Faith in our Japanese friends. Truthfully, I don't even think that they need our help. They are a very admirable and intelligent country.
    Love Di ♥

  6. When I was at my doctor for my regular checkup, we came to talking about the Japanese disaster. Out of curiosity I asked him --- 'Does it worry you?' He smiled and said -- "We have a God." I guess that answers everything.

    On my desktop is this --- "Don't be totally worried about everything going around you. It's my job.' -- Signed, Jesus

    Blessings to you and your family.

  7. Moved my heart dear! The total disaster has shaken the world!
    Let's pray to mother nature to stop these natural disasters, and for a peaceful world!!

  8. We may never know the answer, but for me fate and God's hand are one in the same.