Surging Water by Phillip W. Weiss

Surging Water by Phillip W. Weiss
Phillip W. Weiss

Millions of gallons
of surging water,
unstopping, relentless,
swirling through the gorges,
hurdling over the rocks,
furiously charging, headlong,
like a mighty herd of buffalo
    racing madly toward a precipice,
but on a scale
and with an intensity
that overwhelms the observer,
reducing one to a mere spectator,
humbled by the sound and the fury
of nature’s most enduring
exhibition of unbridled power
at a place called …
Niagara Falls

Copyright (c) 2004 Phillip W. Weiss
Source: The author, 2004.

See his other poem on the site, Niagara Falls

Phillip W. Weiss’ literary website
Phillip W Weiss’ photographic website

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