This piece remembers the victims of Hurricane Katrina and the loss and sadness that stems from Life's often confusing plan. But, also the added suffering due to the impotent response of our government; leaving thousands of Americans without food, water, shelter, medicine, or a way out.
Littered throughout this piece are the souls of those that died in Katrina and the aftermath. In the top right the dead souls form the face of God, with the sun being his eye. In the bottom left is a man mourning the loss of his wife—looking at a picture, which is all he has left—and throwing roses on her grave.