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Rose Marie Flanagan

Nature's Song

On the wings of the sea
With a twinkle in her eye
She holds her head towards the clouds
And the sun seems to mock her smile
She whispers the wind
Cries tears of oceans with rain
She bring barren plains to life
With fields of rich grain
As I watch her wonderful masterpiece set at the dusk
And another one rise at the dawn
As I speak to the mountains
And run with the new born fawns
Wondering endlessly, I stumble upon mankind
And I fall down on my knees to her grace
As I inhale all the destruction
I break as I see her grieving face
Nature looks at me sadly
Asking me, “My child what have you done? ”
I hang my head as I walk into night
Singing Mother Earth’s sorrowful ballad that has never sung

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