Oh, How The Land Is Vast And Great! - Poem by Amber Glistener
The land moves under me,
It stretches and widens,
Everything is exaggerated,
Such as features on a wise old face,
The colors are vivid and beautiful,
Oh, how the land is vast and great.
The sea sweeps me away,
It rises and sinks,
Everything is calming and hypnotic,
As a lulling song a mother might sing,
The sounds are such music high, yet low and clear,
Oh, how the sea is harmonious and wonderful.
The sky hovers over me,
So big and clear,
Everything is still yet strong,
As a tree in an enchanted wood,
The cool wind's touch against me,
Oh, how the sky is such pleasant and overwhelming.
The earth lays under us,
So small and beautiful,
Everything is so fragile,
Such as a babe in it's mother's arms,
The father holds it close in faith,
Oh, how the earth is so young.
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