Nature's Revenge - Poem by Julius Glasthal
Hold the petals of the bloody rose.
Scars beneath the cuts where the thorns has
stricken the flesh.
Hear the laughs of blinded children,
who frolic through the patches.
They didn't notice the curse,
they don't notice the poison.
The showers of hail fall from the black sky.
See the stones crack the earth as they shatter.
Now the children stop running and stop laughing.
Now their eyes are open and wide.
Their tears fall on the blades of grass.
Now awake to the wrath of nature.
The revenge our world seeks.
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