Hurricane stories, books, poems, and more

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An exaggerated version of an apology to someone special. Read More
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An eye-witness account briefly summarizing a hurricane event. Read More
song lyric about the Galveston hurricane of 1900 Read More

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Comments: 4

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The The Imaginarium House

A poem about my view of what a breeze is to a hurricane. Read More
Nick Wilde and Judy Hopps ride out one of the strongest tropical cyclones to strike the city of Zootopia. When Typhoon Florence makes landfall, it doesn’t take long for them to realize that they’ve been playing with Category 5 fire. Read More

Reads: 263

Comments: 3

The Booksie Classic House

I wonder who could have come up with this suggestion. A poem based on a real news story. Cover image: Read More

Book / Romance

April 05, 2019

They say the way has just begun. --- A spine-chilling thriller with suspense, mystery, and just the sprinkle of romance. Read More
An impression of our latest hurricane Read More
Detective Jack Donovan loses his hearing in a car bombing while investigating a murder. The evidence leads him to Florida and a Category four hurricane. Can Donovan find the suspect in time? Read More
This is dedicated to my home town of Panama City, Florida which was severely damaged by Hurricane Michael on October 10, 2018. Panhandle Strong Read More

Featured Review by Ryan K. Mallegni

"I haven't read a poem quite like this. Very powerful message you're able to get across with this subject matter. Nice tribute, Brian!" Read More

It had to be God’s wrath, what else could it be? A source of amusement for the Devil? Very possible. Who other than those two beings would cause hellish events like the entire island was facing at this very moment? But why? Why have sheets of rain pound us… Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 21, 2018

Reads: 997

Shelves: 2

The Booksie Classic House

in this poem, my life is compared to a hurricane based on my connection with my mom. Read More

Tags: hurricane

Poem / Non-Fiction

October 21, 2017

Reads: 571

Comments: 9

The Booksie Classic House

The last poem I wrote during the aftermath of Hurricane Ophelia. I genuinely was on the verge of.....what? Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 20, 2017

Reads: 457

Comments: 7

The Booksie Classic House

Poem / Poetry

October 15, 2017

Reads: 501

Comments: 8

The Booksie Classic House

Ophelia is due to make an unwelcome visit tomorrow. Read More
There was one particular day in my life that I will never forget. I had an interaction with a homeless man. It wasn't uncommon for where I lived, because there were many homeless people in the city. We went to a local restaurant and he told me his story.… Read More
I am just working on this. Leave a like if you want me to continue this, at 5 likes I will continue it if enough people like it. Read More
The plight of this disaster is an eye-opener. It shows how fragile we are. May our efforts save more human life. Let us rise our hearts care for all here. :) Read More
What a terrible day People and pets coming our way Save them all that’s what I say. Owners longing to see their pet’s faces Look about for any traces Hoping they’re among the animal rescue cases. Gazing, there are pets of all sizes They’re God’s little prizes Now safe on… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 15, 2016

Do you really know what is a hurricane? Read More
Thriller/Suspense/Sci-Fi/Fantasy Novel. Copyright © 2017 by Alex Sharpe (About): Everything was fine... Just another fine day at the park - a day with the family, and our dog... But then it began. All of the sudden they were here, without a name, without warning. They roamed the Earth devastating anything… Read More
A couple of ears ago Eric and I signed up to run in Quebec City. He was going to do the half and I was going to run the full marathon. In spite of car problems sleeping beside a cemetery, and hurricane Irene casing us through the race course, we… Read More
Hurricane I once thought that i made it worse. That every part of me was a curse. That all my words were just a verse. But really all my secrets were in my purse. I fell apart when the called me a storm, I didn't listen, but they gave me… Read More

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