Treasure Island

QalmeTari Misterres of Death Nat. Norville


Do You Not See…


...........Do you not see the error of your ways
..............Nature is being destroyed
.................Nature is being killed
....................The rivers run red with blood
.......................The trees are stained with blood.

.....................Nature is being killed
........................And if we are not careful
...........................Us along with it.
.............................For when one dies
...............................So dies the other.

...................Nature needs us as much as we need it.
.......................So take care of Nature
.........................Because 'we do not inherit the earth from our ancestors,
...........................But we borrow it from our children.' (-Native American Proverb)

Critics welcome.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 05, 2008
Edited: Thursday, May 15, 2008

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