Daniel Vanterpool

We Cry Together

Every single day Mother Nature cries when it rains.
Praying the water could wash away the pain.
Clouds covering our face from her hiding our shame.
Shame that creation is starting to fade.
Us individuals playing the role of God, taking others lives, Blood shedding causing mothers’ eyes to cry.
Taking a nine month creation from them, Proving to Mother Nature we was born in sin.
Walking on the earth but living in hell, Successful we think but we all still fail.
All sinners but why does God let us live, After a 24 hour day he forgives.
365 days a year God shows us love, Love is what the sun shines above.
Not heat, Fire will kill us all; we stand high every morning but at night fall.
Living life do free but blind to the chains,10 parts and we all use one part of our brain.
All enemies at the same time family, Aiming to be the man my mother wants me to be.
Every word we speak the sentence is a lie, not believing any letter.
But when one of us dies or when one of us cries we all cry together.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 28, 2009

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