Poetry: Mother Nature

  • Lake Mackay, Australia, by Copernicus Sentinel-2B satellite.

Lake Mackay, Australia, by Copernicus Sentinel-2B satellite. Photo: ESA / Copernicus Sentinel CC-BY-SA-3.0-IGO

By
Gordon Gregory
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Old Mother Nature is strong, there's no doubt,

She tested us sternly with terrible drought.

Then She fair battered us - burned up the ground -

And then gave us floods 'til some country was drowned.

Then came a pestilence - virus so vile -

That we lost our togetherness just for a while. 

 

We've had to stay distanced - we just had no choice -

                Let's make the world whole again

                Sing it with soul again

Let's get back together with one single voice:

 

Nature's our friend, She is potent and strong,

We'll honour Her bounty, including in song.

United community - everyone's wealth -

Nature and people for good rural health.

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