Madison M Cammue

Nature Against Nature - Poem by Madison M Cammue

At night the frogs sings
the day comes for the birds
their voices-link in wings
I wonder if they're girls

as the gutters turn dry
when dry season appears
fishes, crabs and crabfish cry
to escape their fears

The green grassess are no strangers
they argue for rainy season
In prayer to pass this danger
my coco nut understand their reason

Again at night,
sometimes the moon shines
in the day, the sun lights
somewhere the stars relaxed in line

Happy i was that day
to see nature against nature
feeling her present in every space
As, eyes capture..capture and capture.

Though they spoke no words
that humans could hear
their actions speak it all
as they disappear in action and appear

Man made some famous
when he returns to dust
In an asolated cementeries
with heart full of sorrows

Nature glare in amazement
they fight to uphold their pricinples
And man defend them in their judgment
Will God hold us accountable?

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, March 4, 2011

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