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Part 2 Of Child Frightened By A Thunderstorm

So a couple days ago, I told you guys about a poem that we read in class. At the end of the post, I said that I had written my own weather poem that I will share. Here is the poem I wrote about a tornado:


The dark wizard of the sky,

Waves his hands of thunder.

He conjures a beast from the depths.

♦      ♦      ♦

A spinning swirling mess circles though the town,

grabbing buildings and swatting them to far-off places.

Parading through the village by Master’s will alone.

He would feel bad, but Maser said “NO!”

“I made you with my own hands,

for I am Weather himself, and you must do what I say!”

Helpless, Tornado sadly obeys.

And silently says “I’m sorry,” for every life he takes.



Now, I also said there would be a contest. I want you to write your own weather poem, and send it to me. You may be featured on YouTube or on Kiranmathew!

Contest Rules:

~Cannot contain inappropriate or harsh language

~Must be your own work

~Must have a parent’s permission (if under 18)

~Must be about a certain form of weather


This poem can be free verse.



Kiran is in 7th grade, and lives in Chicago. He enjoys writing, and blogging. He owns Check him out on Twitter and Instagram: @kiranmathew19. Kiran loves Taylor Swift, writing and his dog Cocoa.

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