Ashleigh Leona Mellon

Rookie (07/07/90- / Armadale, West Lothian, Scotland)

This Crying Earth, It's Weeping Shores - Poem by Ashleigh Leona Mellon

You've heard 'Earth Song'
And all of the lyrics are deep
Expressiveness, love to Earth
The Wars, Famine,
destroyed our home

I know how Mother Nature Feels
I must repent, I hear a weeping
Seashore, knowing that people
Ruined this graceful Earth
With the wars, threats and life destruction

Listen now, Earth's Anguished cry
It weeping Shores are calling us
Make a change, ye cruel People
Turn the World Back to
its former glory

This Crying Earth, It's Weeping Shores
Keep crying, until we change our ways
Love and peace, not cruel Hearts and
Greed, we change, And the Earth's
cry shall cease forever

Then God And Mother Nature
Shall work together, Heal
The world, from the strife
And hope that love heals her
The light of hope becomes clear

People of today and future,
Heed our call, Heal the World
Make it a better place
No More suffering or war
Just A Peaceful haven for all

Until then, Make the pledge
As we can do it, God needs us
To Understand the ways we live
Are not his expectations, thus
These ways ruin our Earth

Not just the Earth cries for
Help with it's seashores,
But it is also the crying
Of Mother Nature, She wants
Us to care for our Planet.

Never to destroy our Earth
Listen to MJ's Earth Song
Gather courage and inspiration
to help the world, let her shine
Once again with the grace she had

Until you do, I so will keep
Crying to God, And Mother Nature
Until this strife stops, there's
Nothing for the Earth Can do,
Except keep weeping for help

Heal the World!
Will You be there for Mother Nature?
Stop the Earth's suffering
Although all of us can hear it....
This Crying Earth, It's Weeping Shores.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 8, 2012



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