Mother Earth.

a poem by Lila Joseph, USA - poetry writer, author, poet

Mother Earth whispers to me,
“Come rest your hands on my body.
Let us speak as friends
hear what I say.”

Mother earth reaches up to me,
“Lay down here and feel my wishes.
Let me teach you what its like
to understand.
to love , to unselfishly give yourself.”

“Rest your ear on my heart
Feel how I live, here deep within,
what it’s like to nourish
born out of my soul.”

Mother earth whispers to me,
“Come child of mine,
awaken to the call of me.
Sound the bugle,
rally now go forth!”

The call is heard to late.
Watch the last rites performed,
Children of the corn
tears fall on the barren earth.

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