Treasure Island

QalmeTari Misterres of Death Nat. Norville

What Do You See What Do You Hear?

What do you see,
My friends, my friends?
What do you see,
In Mother Earth?

Does the sea, still run blue,
In our days of pure glory?
Are the trees, still growing,
In the deep green forests?

What do you hear,
My friends, my friends?
What do you hear,
In Mother Earth?

Do the birds still sing their songs of joy?
Do the rivers still run,
Over the rocks within their path
Making such a beautiful noise?

Do the waterfalls still fall
Making the sound of peace?
Does the wind still whistle
Through the trees?

Do you hear, do you hear
The voice of God
Within the wind
That blows our way?

Do you hear, do you hear
My friends, my friends
Do you see, do you see
My friends, my friends
All the things in Mother Earth?

Critics welcome.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 05, 2008
Edited: Thursday, April 17, 2008

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  • jade jackson (3/26/2009 4:39:00 PM)

    I completely understand you. becuase i have friends that take the time to stop what there doing and go outside and listen and see all that happens. But, i do and i'm happy about it because it is so beauitful and i luv that way you took the time and try to get people to understand that there is more to life then what me the eye and that is an expression that i use most of the time and speaking of time lol... can you plz get time to read any of my poems or all of them and there are 18. Because I'm trying to gt peoples comments on them and i want to know if they are good and that is one that is called 'my teacher loves her iPod' and that is the one i wrote when i was please if you have time read then and write me back and i do hope you get this.................................Im sorryt his thing is so long
    LUV, Jade (Report) Reply

  • Greenwolfe 1962 (4/15/2008 1:32:00 PM)

    This is a real poem. It has the musical quality
    that I listen for when I read. You are to be congratulated
    young lady. Your style is rather smoothe naturaly in this
    one. I'll read another.

    GW62 (Report) Reply

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