Treasure Island

Sandra Feldman


A Thought for the Earth


The gifts of the Earth,
The fruits and the vines,
The Earth that combines,
Such Beauty, such Birth,
Of species and plants,
Of flowers and trees,
And lets not forget,
The gift of the Seas,
The blue ocean blue,
The salt in the breeze.

Respect Her, take care,
Caress Her bright hair,
She is part of you,
As you're part of Her.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013

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  • Fiona Schwartzinoff (1/29/2014 9:10:00 PM)

    Wow. I totally agree. This is a beautiful picture of the earth... So feminine and human-like with bright hair... As brothers and sisters in nature, we must all take care of each other - tree, grass, ocean, animals, people... we were all created by One God and therefore must live as one! I love it! (Report) Reply

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