A letter to Mother Nature
Oh, majestic Earth,
How serene you stand
Your vibrant, attractive flowers
Your deserts are filled with sand.
How I wish
Pristine, you’d become
Pollution and others
Come to a stop; the goal is done.
Oh! Enchanting your beauty
How jovial you are.
Never a dry leaf,
Never a dull star.
How idyllic your body
Would become for those
Who lives on other planets?
Sublime to them, the temptation to grab from you a rose.
How eternal your existence is now
Little by little, I give you a great bow.
For your lush forests,your crystal-clear seas
Your exquisite beauty consists of trees.
So all I wanted for you to know
Global warming shall stop; there’ll be snow.
You will be healthy again.
Not our loss, your gain
Dear Earth, I hope you feel
That we can surely conceal.
Your marks, your smoke, your diet, your smell
And then you’ll
go through an astounding spell!