Hurricanes Don't Worry: Poems from Men in the Harris County Jail

Harvey’s Rage

Anthony Leonard

Flooded streets, washed out homes People spread in sheltered domes Harvey came in quick and strong Gale force winds, no house stands long Sounded loud, like a lion’s roar Light up bright from its thunderstorm He tore up old things decades old Leaving stories left untold And then he left us. No guilt no sorry Left us behind. Hurricanes don’t worry