Treasure Island

Amelia Cruise


Mother Earth


Mother earth our mother earth
she is the one who gave us birth
the tree, soils, mountains and hills
All are one by one getting killed

Mother earth our mother earth
she was once full of happiness and mirth
rivers, seas, lakes and wells
In this place many creatures dwell

Mother earth our mother earth
Is now completely beleaguered
People know only how to blare
things are some times really bizzare

Mother earth our mother earth
We get to hear so many canards
in this world full of terrorism
there are very few with humanism

Mother earth our mother earth
no one understands its worth
people work with a lot of zeal
only to make money for their meal

Mother earth our mother earth
there are so many who experienced a blizzard
the earth is turning apocalyptic
but no one still is apologetic

Mother earth our mother earth
in the forests, we hear sweet birds chirp
trees are being cut one by one
but people on earth are planting none

mother earth our mother earth
Oh please stop filling it with dirt! ! !
we are destroying it no one other
Save our mother
save mother earth

Submitted: Tuesday, July 06, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, July 07, 2010

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  • Anita Trivedi (7/6/2010 4:11:00 AM)

    Hey you have written this poem so nicly....... Really a great message to our world........... Really a very great job done......... God bless (Report) Reply

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