The nights were filled with chaos and the days with saddness. It appeared, as if there was no hope or care. Every rising of the sun brough forth disspare. our hearts would be filled with grief and pain remembering the wind and the rain. Now, the storm has past yet our home is fading fast. There is no-one to aide us in time of need. Tell me who will help us, help us if they please? A heart that stands still and one that grieves. The children are lost and elderly have all faded yet, other are still wonder ing how the storm was rated. A 5 or 3 is no longer the concern, but how will they eat and where will they live. Where will we wander and how shall we live. Unwanted and not cared for how can we calm our fears. How shall we survive how will we cope, a people cast abroad one with no hope.I Was going to Work out at the spa. I believe it Was on a Thursday When I first heard about Katrina. She Was in the Gulf of Mexico and quickly approaching the coast of Florida. As I Worked out at the spa, there was another hurricane warning.
|Title||:||The After Path|
|Author||:||Rochelle D. Smith|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2009-01-01|