Mother Nature speaks

Can you hear me son can you hear my voice. Can you hear me daughter can you catch my words before you have no choice.

Did you read my emails do you check them out.I have phoned you many times, the fact that I have tried to warn you is not doubt.

Did you read my letters son did you read and weep. Have you received my postcards  daughter. They did not have the answers that you seek.

I carved it on the gate posts and  the walls.I have hire out huge bill boards with letters 20ft tall!

I have screamed and I have shouted. I have made an almighty fuss but no one is listening is there no one out there who wants to put me first.

Mother nature’s weeping, mother nature full of pain you  have not been listening to her you have let her down again. The blooms are out in winter and summer flowers bloom in spring the snow falls in summer and sometimes in spring. You are heading for another drought your reservoirs are almost dry but there are still leaks from the mains out in the streets and I am asking why!!

The animals all suffer and fauna and flowers too it is starting with the the smaller things but soon to suffer it will be you. This beautiful green planet that you live in  is drying up like dessert have you not noticed a thing.

I have warned you till I horse and dropped hints as large as Tsunami and Earthquakes I am getting so tired and you just ignore me have any idea how sad that makes me.

Stop all you selfish clambering and look at what you are doing. You are melting my ice caps and heading for rack and ruin! I can only do my best like any loving mother can but your are not just naughty children you are the race Human.

So hear my voice and listen good this is your only chance to save my life and enhance yours to stop my final deaths’ dance.

 

27 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Missus Tribble
    Mar 28, 2012 @ 10:39:13

    My doctor might as well have come out and said this to me yesterday after the news he gave me about my liver! Very deep 🙂

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  2. kate58
    Mar 28, 2012 @ 17:52:34

    A grim reminder presented with style and the gentle grace only you have. xx

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  3. WordsFallFromMyEyes
    Mar 28, 2012 @ 18:30:06

    Very well said, Mother Nature, & yes she tries as any mother would but has her limitations. We could ruin her to the end.

    This would look great on one of those posters – you know, like Desiderata is.

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  4. Angela
    Mar 28, 2012 @ 19:04:01

    Wonderful piece, Willow. In her weeping and her pain it may be that she yields for us her greatest gifts. We stand to learn more about our inextricable connections to each other, our planet and the universe when we are faced with difficulties than when we are all in harmony as things are brought so forcefully to our attention. But the question, as you pose it, is will we listen? I hope so 🙂

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  5. zendictive
    Mar 29, 2012 @ 10:00:25

    message clear… (~_~)
    mother nature has a way of cleansing itself…we should take note!

    history… repeats itself…

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  6. stevehallsbooks
    Mar 29, 2012 @ 13:21:49

    I fear it is in man’s nature… not all men, but enough to have a continuous effect; to own, control, alter, consume, abuse, and waste nature’s bounty.

    Reply

  7. granbee
    Mar 29, 2012 @ 17:12:28

    willowdot, I just shared this extremely powerful cry from our Earth Mother on my Facebook timeline! This is magnificent–just shows how perfectly you can write when you are following your passion, dear lady!

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    • willowdot21
      Mar 29, 2012 @ 17:52:46

      Thank you granbee and thank you for sharing it too. It would be wonderful if I could get the message through to a wider audience. Thank you for your support.xx

      Reply

  8. johncoyote
    Aug 18, 2014 @ 23:23:19

    I agree the powerful words and thoughts. You write with a more polite voice than me. Thank you for sharing the poetry for our planet.

    Reply

  9. johncoyote
    Aug 18, 2014 @ 23:25:36

    Reblogged this on johncoyote and commented:
    Dear Earth need TLC. We polluted the lakes and the sea. Torn down the great forest and many free animals are gone forever.

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  10. Lisa
    Aug 18, 2014 @ 23:35:33

    Wow! I just caught this on a reblog. I’m totally blown away. This excellent Willow. I sorta want to reblog it myself, if someone else had not already. 🙂 🙂

    Reply

  11. Lisa
    Aug 19, 2014 @ 12:16:33

    Reblogged this on Underground Energy and commented:
    I saw that John Coyote reblogged this last night and it really just blew me away. I was in complete awe. Check it out and please go to the original. Amazing, Willow… I fully agree.

    Reply

  12. Deborah
    Aug 20, 2014 @ 12:56:23

    My gosh, Willow! You have outdone yourself! This is powerfully awesome!

    Reply

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