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Mark R Slaughter


Mother Nature


Don't be fooled, it's Mother Nature –
Evil shimmers in the creature –
Absolutely nil of nice to greet you.
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  • Rookie - 222 Points Marie Shine (10/4/2009 6:46:00 AM)

    Wow! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Well Mark, you've certainly brought out the other side of dear Mother Nature in this well written poem! It is true that we colour our own reality and like Mother Nature, we too have a dark side and we can be just a fickle. The imagery in this poem is amazing and so honest, no frills - just plain honest to God truth in every line. An inspired write Mark. I've loved reading this poem - a great pleasure dear friend. Me? Think I'll close my eyes and just see the good side of everything - the glass half full instead of half empty! Guess we can't have it everyway. THANK YOU for sharing Mark. (Report) Reply

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