Jason Callender

Veteran Poet - 1,459 Points (01/21/1981 / Barbados)

Mother Earth - Poem by Jason Callender

mother earth gave birth to the world
and look what you did to her
like a slaughter
killer mother father and daughter
sold us to slavery
to make their world easy
such a tragedy
thrown off the ship
cause they thought u wouldn't make it
separated from out home
in a new world to roam
you took her diamonds and gold
most of which u stole
from the tombs of the kings
where should i begin
then u founded your new countries
with the wealth you seized
while the Ethiopians couldnt breeth
at war with the italians
brought to her knees
cause Selassie
the bombs that you dropped
the nerve gas attacks
we once predicted a falling star
who thought it was nuclear war
we have gone too far
respect the trees
save the bees
fall to your knees
and beg Mother Earth please

Topic(s) of this poem: earth

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 14, 2015

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