Nature’s Curse

Coat us gently in your breath mother nature, dress us in your warp and weft! Love us all your children dear, though we all have hurt you and brought you many a tear. We have pained you brought you low, pushed, stabbed you, yet you love us still and will not let go.

We, all issue from your womb, treat you bad and stripped you bare and kill your blooms. We have raped you daily, and burned your soulย  exposed your softest parts to all who make your gifts their greedy goal.

Taken, taken is all we have done we never spare a thought of how we should repay you for all that you have done. We leave you bleeding arms outstretched. We rip from you all we can get. Never never do we spareย  a thought for all the torture that on you we have wrought!

Somehow like a mother you love us and bless us and encourage us to fly.ย  Yet how do repay you, we rip out your guts and leave you to die. Mother, mother be patient yet we all need to learn from you for you know more then we shall ever forget!

Sometimes your anger you unleash on our selfish heads, you rip up crops and smash our towns and pee on us till the rivers overflow their beds! You pull back the oceans in the mist of mighty storms then hurl it back at us killing many destroying all in your path we stand open mouthed at the aftermath. You show us how strong you are you could destroy us all, it is within your power. But you love us like a mother dear and you let us stay though we do not deserve you and that is crystal clear!

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18 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. travisthetraveler
    Aug 19, 2014 @ 15:44:11

    How could we not be filled with love after all that? What is not living will not know love.

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  2. abichica
    Aug 19, 2014 @ 17:05:33

    OOh WIllow.. You fill us with hope, with love.. with faith. This is breath taking..

    Reply

  3. Paul
    Aug 19, 2014 @ 17:14:11

    Gaia – indeed.

    Reply

  4. Let's CUT the Crap!
    Aug 19, 2014 @ 17:22:24

    It’s all about today and the almighty dollar. What greed.
    Well DONE, Willow.

    Reply

  5. Lisa
    Aug 19, 2014 @ 18:00:04

    Wow! This is just as powerful as the other one. You should start a category called mother and group them all together if you have time. I would go through and read them all. This is better than Mae and the Polar Bear and Sophia. (Which I was wondering does that get another part ever?)
    And that is a compliment coming from me because I love Mae and the Polar Bear and Sophia even more.
    You know if you ever want to put out a self published book, I know exactly how to do it and would not mind helping you format and getting it set up at all. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. johncoyote
    Aug 20, 2014 @ 11:59:11

    I like the old saying from the commercial. “Don’t mess with Mother Nature.” I wished we were wiser with our natural resources. I hope we improve. Strong and powerful words my friend.

    Reply

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