Wasteland Earth

by Jemia de Blondeville   Oct 26, 2021

Grassy leaves shimmering, in a cool Spring breeze
Sunlight attempting, to break through swollen clouds
Mother nature cries, at mankind's destructive disease
And hides, beneath her ragged shrouds

There is nothing now, but barren earth
Where flowers, once did bloom
Now for nature, there is no longer fresh birth
Just a saddening, desperate doom

So far, this is a nightmarish dream
With the forlorn hope, it never comes true
I love the sunlight beam;
The flowers, the trees, the birds, and the bees
As i wish, we all would too

by Jemia


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