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Paramour

I’ve convinced myself you’re just another phase
Like my many passing phases.
But I am clueless as to whether
I should call you a breeze or a haze… 268 more words

Writings

Severe Weather Awareness Week is April 26-May 2

Tornadoes

A tornado is a violently rotating column of air extending from the base of a thunderstorm down to the ground. Tornadoes are capable of completely destroying well-made structures, uprooting trees and hurling objects through the air like deadly missiles. 453 more words

Weather Around The World

"We've seen similar damage from hurricanes, but never from just a storm."

Last Saturday, a strong line of thunderstorms moved in across southeast Texas.  I was enjoying a quick weekend trip with my family to Galveston.  My wife and I had checked the weather forecast on Friday, and there was only a 10% to 20% chance of rain on Saturday. 286 more words

Houston

The Big One

I wrote this entry before the devastating earthquake hit Nepal. It’s purely coincidence that it posted around the same time. My thoughts go out to the people of that country. 344 more words

Nature

I am a Weekend Writing Warrior! (& I drop snippets, too)

For the past year and a half I have participated in a weekly blog hop called The Weekend Writing Warriors #8sunday; a few weeks ago I added… 408 more words

Chelle Cordero

The Storm Has Passed

Something new (to you, anyway)! The title was originally “11/5/12. The storm has passed. The sun still rises.” I’ve shortened it.  This poem was written in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.   184 more words

Poetry

The Science of Tropical Cyclones

Tropical cyclones are incredibly powerful and dangerous natural phenomena. Every year, coastlines all across the globe are impacted by these tempests. When the storms move toward land, heavy rain, strong wind, storm surge and tornadoes all contribute to their destructive power.  535 more words

Swell Lines Magazine