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Mother Earth, Our Rock of Hope
by Amber V Moonstone

Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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It Is Earth day today, I dedicate this poem to Mother Earth!

Mother Earth, Our Rock of Hope
by Amber "V" Moonstone


The Earth is our Mother,
She replenishes our resources,
She is an enduring rock of hope,
Always there to embrace our needs.

Why do we abuse such perfection?
Dumping our garbage anywhere we please,
polluting our waters with senseless toxins,
wasting resources out of reckless behaviors.

Do we really think she will withstand this forever?
We must stop being so foolish,
we need to take responsibility for our actions,
take control of our senseless pollution,

Love Mother Earth,
recycle everything you can,
don't buy plastics,
don't waste our precious resources any longer!

I send healing energy to Mother Earth,
On this day that we honor her.
Let's all take a moment to be thankful
for the bountiful blessings that she bestows on all of us!

"Mother Earth Our Rock of Hope" (c)


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Reviewed by Liana Margiva 4/24/2015
VERY NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by CHANTI LACE 4/23/2015
well done indeed..Hugss
Reviewed by Michael Schafer 4/23/2015
werll written. well said.

Michael D.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/23/2015
I just read that 87 elephants are slaughtered every day for the ignorance of ivory. Your poem does not reach everyone, but we must continue to try. If everyone just cut back on all the stuff we seem to "have to have," it would go a long way to repairing the damage we have continued to inflict. The momentum of corporate growth and plunder is immense and hard to stop. But we must, if we are to continue living on a beautiful planet.

Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 4/22/2015
The bountiful blessings that she bestows on all of us!
A thankful moment to Mother Earth you have written beautifully.

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/22/2015
I am in complete agreement with what you express through your verses in this poem, Amber. I posted something about Earth Day on my Facebook timeline this morning and it is expressing the same sentiments that you have shared here. Thank you. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Edward Phillips 4/22/2015
She is probably our only hope for the next thousand years.
And our survival span...about 200 years.
We need more healing energy!
Reviewed by George Carroll 4/22/2015

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