Treasure Island

Felicia Ahamefule

(24/ July/ 1995 / Nigeria)

mother nature


Thou most beautiful Mother
In all climate your beauty shone
To the good and bad
Your beauty engulfs the world
And ingrates perform all sort of atrocities right under your nose
But yet your forgiven spirit never fails
In due season you engulf the world with your beauty and warmth
Ignoring the fact that you have been violated

Though sometimes annoying you can be
Scorch the sand and make me burn
Rain so much, i stay indoors
Snow so much i drown and shiver
but in all ye are forgiven
cos of the beauty you bestow

Submitted: Friday, February 18, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, September 26, 2012
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