Francis Duggan


A Song To Nature - Poem by Francis Duggan

For to save our natural environment some say 'tis too late
But the beauty of Nature we should celebrate
Smoke from factory chimneys and motorized vehicles polluting the air
And due to habitat destruction Wildlife becoming rare
And though millions of her four Seasons have come and have gone
Our immortal Earth Mother she is living on
Us humans are part of her to her we belong
And the poets celebrate her in poetry and song
The one we live off of for as long as we live
We take and take from her and back to her little give
So little about her I can claim to know
And my wonder of her it only seems to grow
For each of her life forms a last night and day
And our remains in her bosom forever will lay.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 7, 2008



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