Poetry,  Writing

Waterfall’s Fury

A waterfall surrounded by large rocks;
who would dare
to venture too close?
Only to be swept away
by the dangerous
yet beautiful fury
of rushing waters.
I myself venture here.
Alas, I merely sit among the rocks
just beyond the water’s reach.
So close to the rushing waters
yet totally safe among the rocks.
Still I am anything but safe;
I am still left vulnerable
to the rushing waters
of life.

14 Comments

  • Danielle M

    It’s like you said, waterfalls are beautiful fury, I love to watch them but I wouldn’t like to be so close especially ’cause I don’t know how to swim.

  • Prince

    Very beautiful bu sight but dangerous when carelessly handled. I love water fall, we have one here with both hot and cold water together

  • Alex

    Seems like an angry waterfall. This is nature if you ask me. One time it can be calm the other it can be ruthless. This why we should respect it. For when it unleashes its furry we loose.

  • szaza.albeneth

    Waterfalls fury can be related to real life. Challenges and problems are the rocks that surround us but despite of them, life is so beautiful to live and enjoy.

  • esgyll

    Nothing can stay the inevitable rush of the waterfalls of life. It stays out of reach, but once you venture too close, you might get swept away by it if you don’t have something to hold on to.

  • Glad

    I have never been to a waterfall before, but from what I have seen on TV, it sure shows how forcefull the water can be. It is best to be at safe position.

  • AMAN

    However, I have not gone to such a place where I can enjoy the waterfall beauty. I am amazed by seeing just virtually sometimes, It will be great if I visit that place. The water hitting the rocks and the atmosphere around is very relaxing.

  • David Mureithi

    There is a waterfall going by the name Thompsons falls. It is full of rocks and no one can dare go very near.

  • Maury Cheskes

    Very insightful and great symbology. While waterfalls are beautiful to look at, you can’t help but wonder what it would feel like to venture closer and be amidst its power. Great metaphor for life and our vulnerability to obstacles out of our control.

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