MELVIN BANGGOLLAY

(11/07/1975 / Natonin, Mountain Province, Philippines)

THE PEARL IS IN NATURE'S ANGER


THE PEARL IS IN NATURE'S ANGER
melvin banggollay


The pearl of the orient seas
Is a den of great catastrophies
as a wel known thyphoons belt
of 25 thyphoons upon its cheast
bringing flooding to the fullest
making live's problem out of rest.

Just recently 2 typhoons came
with hundred lives they claimed
drawning many with ocean of pains
burrying soul with mud of desdain
turning many's fate out of mercy
so blessed with endless agony.

Is this nature's great furious way
of showing its madness and fury
to let us realize our own stupidity
of raping nature's wealth everyday
even destroying its balance ecology
for our endless desire for money?

Phenomena of Global warming
over and accross every land and sea
to show upon us the ozone's warning
that it can't hold on mankind's fury
of raping nature without replacing
every tree we cut and burn everyday,
that it can not bear any longer
the war we waged out of our anger,
the pollution we make with danger
as we desire prosperity even we suffer
the wrath of nature and God's power.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 13, 2009
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