Nature's Pain - Poem by Moh Ishu
Through the greens, rivers flow,
In the blue skies, the sun glows;
Like the gentle young, water pours
From mountains capped with snow.
Through summer, winter, spring and fall
Mother Nature expresses it all-
When thou enter the wild depths
Hear her ‘children' call.
The clouds shed her tears
When Mother Nature silently weeps—
Trying to explain her fears,
While we in joy, bound and leap.
We've slashed her up and cut her down
And caused a lot of harm;
But like a mother she's been calm,
And cradles us in her arms.
A mother dying for our sake,
Suffering through all the pain;
But along with her, in the end she'd take
Us, for eternal sleep.
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