W. Rod MacMasterson

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Some Crap About Nature - Poem by W. Rod MacMasterson

There, there little blade of grass
You grow so quickly and are cut so fast
There, there little misquito
Your bite itches as I eat my taquito
There, there little humingbird
Your heart beats fastest have'nt you heard?
There, there tall oak tree
How many have been shaded by thee
There, there lovely lake
We come to fish, we fish and we take
There, there beautiful ocean
Boats are afloat, waves are in motion
There, there earth my home
You give the gift of life, yet your future is unknown

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 1, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, August 20, 2010


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