Zaibar Zee


Monologue (Earth)


My name Earth I am alive
Many depart and many arrive
Millions creatures I give life

I was nothing before a strike
It was just a smoke strive
I was dead then in drive

To me water made arrive
Water gave me a life
It was billions years before

I have day and have night
Night is dark day is bright
I have moon with reflected light

I am protected, covered tight
I am rotating, moving all right
Sun is making all me light

Sun for me a source of life
I am laden inside, out side
My nature is peace, makes all satisfy

Therein green lands, vast deserts
Therein deep sea, dark forests
Therein strange man, a tough test

Man hurts me every while
Makes mischief and speaks lie
Many come and many die

I shake with men evil strikes
I will see this for a while
I am earth, how still I alive

Submitted: Monday, June 18, 2007
Edited: Sunday, March 13, 2011
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