alan j duffield lock


Mother Earth


Where have all the men gone,
Mother earth asks,
i don't mind, just look at my planet,
how beautiful it is,

They are kept in chambers,
Mother earth is told,
i thought it was quiet,
how beautiful it is,

We use them only for breeding,
Mother earth hears,
it is so tranquil when they are not around,
how beautiful it is,

Mothers mother,
Mother earth rests.




15/02/2011

Submitted: Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Edited: Friday, February 18, 2011

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