Deirdre Devina

Nature's Power - Poem by Deirdre Devina

Don't try to bend the river
Cause it will come to drown you
Just don't act without caring
But think about what you're to do
Nature has more power
More than you'll ever see
But men just try to change her
Make her what they wabt her to be
Men are a part of nature
They don't know what they do
They destroy there own lives
And those of me and you

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 19, 2005

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