Crystal Chown

Rookie (09/14/1986 / Toronto)

Nature - Poem by Crystal Chown

Nature

I am from the Earth.
I am Mother Nature.
Everyone should respect the Earth.
Every time you cut down a tree, it cut me has well.
I am thousand years old,
I am old.
I am wisdom.
You should fear me.
You should love and respect what i have given you.

Please stop hurt me.
Please stop hurt the Earth.
Please stop kill my creature.
I have gave you everything you wanted but you had to stably me in the back.
Being hurt weakens me.
You have betrayed me.
You have betrayed Nature.
You have destroy my home.
My home is every where on this planet.

My home is in sea.
My home are the tree.
My home is the planet.
You are going to destroy yourselves.
I will live forever.
I will live without you.
The rain is falling.
I have gave you seeds so you can plant and give back to the Earth.

Long time ago you use to worship me.
You asked me to protect your harvest, and i answered your prays.
When you learned how to use the technology you simply forgot about me.
You stopped worshiping me.
You stopped worshiping nature.
I have cursed you all, because I am Mother Nature.
I am part of the Earth.

I sit around watch people hurt the Earth and me.
I am tired.
I am weak.
I can't do anything to help myself.
Only people could help me, and take care of me.
I can't do this alone.
I am dying.
I am like a tree, that can be reborn over, and over again, and like a tree it need to be care for.

I am alone in this world.
I am protector and guard of the nature.
You might not anger me.
I could wipe you out so easy.
This planet is all i have.
This planet is the only thing I have to care for.
People are not going to care for me.
I am nature.

I rule all of nature.
I rule all of the creature who live on this planet.
Please worship me again.
Please love me again.
Please love nature again.

Nature is every where.
Respect it.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 12, 2010



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