Weather Report From Hell
Once again from https://scottwoodsmakeslists.wordpress.com/2014/04/22/my-poetry-prompts-for-national-poetry-month/
In order to prep myself for Found Poetry Month Challenge, all words in this poem are taken from The Bible and Dante Alighieri's Inferno.
Seven Day Forecast, After Thirty-Three Days At Sea
the winds rebuke the nobility
you are to bring into the ark all the diseases
two of every kind of tyrant
take with you seven pairs of unclean abandon
distill hope from the mists
Fire and hail
can not be separated from
snow and clouds
the taste of another man's bread
fulfilling His word
the sea manifests pity
a whirlwind of frogs obscures the face of apprehension
ever more grew shallower
that blood the skies drip with
beholdest the boiling steam
a smal rivulet
the bow in the cloud
salt for ever milks the heat
and the cloud does not burst
thence we came forth to rebehold the stars
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