|Good Evening, Cho_Seungyoun!
Although I am not a professional reviewer, I can give you my take on your writing entitled, "Days of Sorrow" on what I have read.
After I read your article, I can see that you have questions about Mother Nature and her sadness, and rain.
Gloomy days can make me feel gloomier and also very sad. This happens when I happen to feel low on any particular day. I wrote a poem entitled, "Liquid Sunshine". My reasoning behind it was that when I felt sad when it rained, I could think of it as being liquid sunshine, which tended to lift my spirits. It helped me to smile whenever I felt low.
On days when I questioned God about why He would allow floods, fires, strong winds, tornadoes, cyclones, Hurricanes, and any kind of bad weather that would end up killing thousands of people. I thought that God didn't care about what he had created. He is always around hoping that we would turn to him so that we wouldn't be afraid.
Natural disasters happen and Mother Nature does her thing. It's been said, "It's not nice to fool Mother Nature". Mother Nature, being who she is, is bitter at times, for whatever reason. At times like these, it's better to pray to God for protection. God will never leave us nor forsake us; He's always there. Even though we may never get the answers here on earth, we will get them when we get to heaven.
God will give you peace during a storm. The peace and serenity you get will let you feel relaxed and full of vigor.
I get concerned when someone gets sad, it makes me feel that someone is giving up on life.
It takes courage to write what you did, it's very brave of you.
I encourage you to keep on with your writing; it helps make things better. I am so thankful that you reached out; this goes a long way for the process of healing to begin. You expressed yourself well.
I hope that today, tomorrow, and always for your days to be brighter. I hope that I have brought a smile to your face.
Anna Marie Carlson