Mother Nature - Poem by Aram Stefanian
Why are the leaders interested in kindling fear?
After watching TV news you might have a heart attack
Isn't this the right time for Jesus to interfere?
He's the one who can pin their ears back
If a society is unable to wipe out homicide and crime
Then it's totally sick and needs intensive care
When you own billions, but ain't worth one thin dime
Your solemn promises turn into lies, and you're full of hot air
Mother Nature responds by causing disasters
She's deeply offended, yet weeps over our misfortune
Like the slaves that rebel against tyranny of their master
We incite a revolt, but cannot resist our bad fortune
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