moon dust

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Earth Sister


I feel your cold
Your anguishing, howling winds
I am a part of you
Laying my body on cold ground
I spread my arms out in the snow
Pine trees sway in winters dance of long ago
Other shed their leaves, paying tribute to summer past
The winter winds rage against you
Tormenting you with cold
But still, you live on
Mother earth, sister earth
You live to bear forth a new spring

Submitted: Tuesday, November 17, 2009

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