Frederick Thomas Burke
Sweet Passionate Earth - Poem by Frederick Thomas Burke
Sweet passionate earth
swirling in the mass void
Expressing yourself as Mother Nature,
an endless womb of reproduction,
give and take, ebb & flow. Sweet lady earth you bedazzle me
Your hills and mountains,
fields and streams,
oceans, rivers and lakes,
A massive mass of creation to see! Resting in the sky with a bed of stars,
Yourself a star and sun
with one moonbeam too! The revolving system of the Universe,
. . . . . day/night, month-end, year gone.
Sweet passionate earth keeps rolling on!
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