Tori Beals

Dear Mother Nature, - Poem by Tori Beals

I'm ruled by the black flame
the wild is my domain
My teeth are diamonds
my eyes are gold
my hair is a forest
of dangers untold
I live for the chase
I'll die by the sword
I'll help those in need
for that I give you my word

My arms are steal
my hands are leather
my heart can be cold
or light as a feather
I have a hawk's eye
a snake's sense of smell
like a bird I can fly
like an infant I yell

My wits are keen
my blood is hot
II'll never flee
a weakling I'm not
and yet
I'm hurt

The night's winds whispers
softly as I sleep
the sun's warmth comforts me
as I quietly weep
over the river
across the creek
I run to find them
My Family

They were taken from me
in the dead of the night
by a horrible demon
who had no right
so I must get them back
untill then I will fight

Dear mother nature
please hear my plight
they are the world to me
strong as I may try to seem
they are my life
and soon
we'll be reunited
Until then
my search for them
goes on
Help me?

Comments about Dear Mother Nature, by Tori Beals

  • (3/8/2009 10:34:00 AM)

    Wow this one was beautiful I really felt it. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 28, 2009

Poem Edited: Friday, May 22, 2009

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