In Case of Disaster

by Daniel Thomas Moran

IN hurricanes and floods
You can hunker down,

Though you might just
blow away or drown.

In blizzards we suggest
you just settle in,

With a fifth of
vodka, rum or gin.

Never sit up in
your tree and wonder,

If that far off rumble
might be thunder.

Earthquakes might get shaky
Droughts may get drier,

But it's always mandatory
To run from fire.

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