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  Tuesday July 29th, 2014    

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Man versus nature (An anti-fracking poem) (01/23/2013)
Mother Nature speaks to me

Like a haunting melody

Her voice is in the wind that blows

She dresses up in rainbows

When human beings spoil her dreams

She shakes us up; she lets off steam

Volcano, earthquake, fire and flood

Her unleashed power spills our blood

It wouldn’t have to be this way

If o’er our lives her laws held sway

If we followed her rules, page by page

We could live once more in a Golden Age

But thirst for power, greed and lust

Hold sway o’er man ’til they turn to dust

When will human beings learn -

If you play with fire, fire will burn

Judith Rodgers - Minnesota City, Minn. 

 

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