Colleen A. Moton
I Am Nature - Poem by Colleen A. Moton
You say you do not believe in God
But you are still standing tall
You said you do not want to celebrate a holiday
But you do not refuse the holiday's pay
If nature can cast the wind to blow
And cost the sky to give us snow
You see I'm nature, the only one who can take a seed so fine
And let you live in it thru the life of time.
This seed will grow thru the time of snow.
The house is from me you should know,
I am also your furniture, table and chairs
I am your floor, your doors and the way for your upstairs
I am natural the nature of all things.
I am the reason that you sing
Without me you would never be.
Now why is it so hard for you to acknowledge me?
I am that. I am.
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