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Discussion in 'Creative Traditional' started by AJ09, Jun 6, 2017.



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    The green that I see in front of me and at all sides,

    Is a treasure that has been here before you and I

    It is life that is free and vast

    It is green that harks back to the planet's past

    It is a reminder that even the seen can be unseen

    This green has become invisible in favor of the other green

    Greed is the enemy to the bounty in front of you and me

    In man's journey of conquest, they forgot that you can't own what's already free

    I look to the beauty of this green when I want to see the truth

    Mother Nature's will and tenacity must be remembered by humans that are resolute

    To create a world where humanity itself does not compute

    She hides the truth of life in plain sight, only seen if you care to listen

    To her words through fertile soil, sea, and raindrops that glisten

    Remember to tell this mother you love her by making her more green

    And keeping her forests and seas clean, because it won't be too soon before long

    That we'll be the ones packing when she's gone


    Posted By AJ09 | Jun 6, 2017
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