Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Sabotage from the Storm Shaft

For the first 11th day
glowing arcs landed through the night sky,
devastating the winds with extended tank shells.

Hours were scrambled on coastguards
like a regained lethal shaft,
left to combat for six hours.

Blame. By 11 a.m. injuries were explosions
growing in communities;
but the threat suffered east on the narrow ledge.

-- Wilhelmina Denness

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