Treasure Island

Ray Lucero


EARTH AND SUN RETALIATION


There is something happening on Mother Earth;
Mega-storms, shifting plates and violent quakes
"Behold I make things anew", as She gives birth
Earth and Sun once again have raised the stakes

Plates shall shift releasing lethal methane gas
Insects, aquatic life, animals, and men perish
Souls of dead shall leave Earth en masse
Forever changed a home once cherished

Then everything shall burn when gas ignites
"Powers that be" try escape, in bunkers deep;
Stocked with foods and goods they plundered
They know not its misery and death they reap

When Earth rebirths, Sun holds back the light
It will be the "Evil deeds of men" they smite

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Submitted: Sunday, March 17, 2013
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