Remembering Hurricane Katrina on its 10th Anniversary

Editor’s note: This poem was composed by Nazim Bhimani, a deaf Ismaili boy, when he was twelve. Nazim calls himself Deaf 1 Naz, and his profile in his own words can be read by clicking on Nazim Bhimani: The Deaf World.

HURRICANE KATRINA

“You came with a beautiful name and took everything in vain” pens Deaf 1 Naz

By Nazim Bhimani

You came with a beautiful name, and took everything in vain,
You left the babies crying, fathers dying, and mothers praying,
You came with danger and left with total devastation and pain.

KATRINA KATRINA,

You took so many human lives,
the dogs, the cats, the house, the monies, the food, the water,
Are you sure you are mother nature’s daughter??

KATRINA KATRINA,

You took so much, yet you didn’t even leave a pot of rice,
instead you left them with disease that come from rats and mice,
and you didn’t even try and make things right,
so Katrina you are not nice.

KATRINA KATRINA,

Oh my God! what have you done?
Have you come here to make us pay the price?

Date posted: August 30, 2015.

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Please also read Nazim Bhimani: The Deaf World.

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3 thoughts on “Remembering Hurricane Katrina on its 10th Anniversary

  1. Such a talented person/kid must be encouraged. He has truly shown his emotions in his poem. Credit to him. Despite his challenges, his poetic talent is highly impressive.

  2. Pingback: Remembering Hurricane Katrina on its 10th Anniversary | ~The Pink Lemonade Ladies~

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