Death Served Hot And Cold

Death Served Hot And Cold

Grief came sliding down the slope
In a whoosh it came and took
Breathtakingly young lives it took
Oh! What grief came with the snow

Grief came crashing through the woods
Hot, blinding it rushed and razed
Hundreds of prime flesh charred in metal coffins
In a bid to escape the heated flood
Oh! What grief fueled by the brittle, hungry woods

Cold and Hot it was served
Blood and tears the vintage wine
Roast beef and venison aplenty in its wake
In amongst it thousands of charred flesh and cold limbs
Oh! What grief served Hot and Cold.

 



16 thoughts on “Death Served Hot And Cold” by shaifamily (@shaifamily)

  1. Floods and forest fires…seems to me like you’re talking about natural disasters…?

    Its…simple. I like simple.

  2. And glaciers too…the forest fire disasters in Australia, New York and New Zealand ; the tsunami in Indonesia and Haiti; the melting ice in the antarctic…so many others over the years since this poem was first written way back.

    Thank you.

  3. Avalanches too? Nice and short.

  4. There has been another earthquake in japan and more disasters everyday. na wa o…

  5. insight babes and d power of d muse.

  6. Talk about Natural Restructuring…

  7. Hmm…no one prays for these types o!

  8. I like this.

  9. the whips of nature keeping man straight…but we do not hear

  10. Oh no! We hear quite alright, we just don’t heed.

  11. Nice one. Was thinking a car accident while reading. Very nice pictures painted in words.

  12. Thanks Jaywriter for the kind words of support.

  13. Accidents are also one form of a disaster…could be natural or man-made. Like some of your stuffs too bro.

  14. I like the word pictures…short, sharp, piercingly so! Thanks man, great stuff.

  15. @Irene…tnx.

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