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This Day in the Yesteryear: THE GREAT BLUE NORTHER (1911)


The Great Blue Norther (1911)

The central US is no stranger to sudden changes in weather, but the temperature fluctuations and weather phenomena that struck on November 11, 1911, were about as unusual as it gets. On that day, many cities experienced record high temperatures before the mercury plummeted to record lows. Springfield, Missouri, for example, was a balmy 80°F (27°C) before the cold front passing through the region brought it down to a frigid 13°F (-11°C). What else did the front bring with it? More…Discuss

 

Unison, poetic thought by George-B


Unison, poetic thought by George-B

Our silence is shouting louder
Than a hurricane,
The sea at war with the wins,
The plane taking off and landing,
louder
than crickets in the middle of hot sleepless nights…

We got to cease this deafening silent tag of indifference,
the lack of verbal solution, this sacrilegious introversion…

I think we both know what our silence is all about:
Our endless failure to talk,

we just go walk dark,  just go silent… 

Our hearts didn’t beat in unison in ages…