Krazy Rae

(11-29-1991 / A-town, ILLINOIS)

Being in Touch With Nature


Striking beauty surrounds
the world but few stop
to take a look at it. Few
stop to take care of it.
It can become detrimental
to one to not be in touch
with nature. Feel it, touch it, see it
but most of all protect it
Nature's course is a continuous
battle from deforestation to
forest fires to floods.
To fear nature is to fear life
but so many are fearful
to put themselves into it.
My friends, my enemies, everyone
do not be afraid of nature

Submitted: Wednesday, December 23, 2009

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