Nature wil speak, and often times very loudly, when she is angry.




Listen To The Songs Of Woe

Beat on, O heart.  Beat on.
Keep the rhythm of the Earth.
Beat on, O heart. Beat on.
Tell us of what you are worth.
Listen now and watch it change
From beating heart to spirit.
Listen to the songs of woe
That sing for those who'll hear it.
Shake the ground and move the land
And stir the oceans vast
For all the cost of greed has come
To take its toll at last.
In the time of endless days
Nature will speak her mind
With thunderous claps
And lighting blasts
In raging storms unkind.
Wailing winds in vortex spin
Black with certain death
Mighty wave, a flooding grave
Bring gales of rancid breath.
All the enemies of nature's law
Should forever be forewarned
For hell hath no fury
As Mother Nature scorned!

Kathy Lockhart
7/01/07





Poetry by Kathy Lockhart
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Written on 2007-07-01 at 09:08

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Phyllis J. Rhodes
This is fantastic! "its not right to foool Mother Nature"
2007-07-06


John Ashleigh
Perfect. I'm bookmarking this.
2007-07-01


binesh
Intense and Powerful, Kathy. I like this one..
2007-07-01


lastromantichero The PoetBay support member heart!
Katherine this is such a powerful poem and it demonstrates what a ownderful range you have how deeply you find things to say about the things in life
i love this and bookmark it well done my button
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2007-07-01