Tornado and Hurricaine

These are two storms that are the same and yet very different.

T is for tornadic systems,

O is for organized winds,

R is for rain,

N is for nasty winds,

A is for action packed,

D is for deadly at times,

O is for odd moments of silence before the storm hits.


H is for high winds on water,

U is for undercurrents and uppercurrents of wind,

R is for rain,

R is for rampant winds as well,

I is for inclement weather,

C is for clouds gathering together,

A is for angles of wind,

I is for intuition used to get to safety,

N is for nasty once again,

E is for energy needed.

The image could be as one may feel or not during these kinds of storms, as in trying to figure out what to do before, during and after.

What do you think?

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