Sylvia Chidi

Rookie - 27 Points (Germany)

Mother Earth


I am here to commemorate and honour the life of Mother Earth
Mother earth was everything to me
She had her virtues
That was nothing new
She was very special and unique
There was absolutely nothing in her league

Unfortunately I was not present at her birth
And deplorably I have to speak about her death

Her birth they say was an amazing wonder
Which no man alone could bring asunder
She was created from the smallest element in the universe
And yet became the greatest miracle of it
So many blessings she has showered on the human race

From endless nights to glorious days
Showered randomly by rainbow colours
Gentle winds and pouring rains
The mighty oceans and the gentle blazing sun

These were the gifts Mother Earth offered
The seas, land, air, sun, rain and thunder

She matured daily with strenght, wisdom and love
To give so much to us
Once a paradise
Ripe with variety of fruits
Blessed with many mixed cultures
Inhabited by numerous families
Rich in food and wealthy in nature

Now a barren land
Completely void
The air polluted by fumes
Sickness and poverty the earth consumes

I content myself with the beautiful memories of you
Mother Earth!
I thank you for your gifts
I await the rebirth of you
Perhaps now that we know what is true
We humans may take better care of you

Copyright 2006 - Sylvia Chidi

Submitted: Monday, July 17, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, August 17, 2010

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  • Rookie Theresa Guilliam (3/31/2009 2:48:00 AM)

    HII SYLVIA! this poem touches my heart very much! and i jst want to tell you tht Gaia the MOTHER EARTH is my Angel and my twin soul, me and Gaia have shared many pastlives together as sisters and we have also shared one body together ONE body... two souls. I am Rhea from the Greek Mythology who was Gaia's daughter, Gaia no longer comes back in flesh now and is now an Angel for evermore and she is now my Angel and she communicates with me all the time, and says tht im comming to the final stages of my lifetimes here on earth and then i will be with her for evermore... but she has asked me to send YOU this message, to let you know how BEAUTIFUL this poem is, she is very touched by this and so am I, and to let you know tht the earth with recover from all the pollutions ect, and 2012 is the real beginning of better times to come! ALL OUR LOVE TO YOU Rhea and Gaia XXX my email addy cguilliam@btinternet.com (Report) Reply

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