Mother Nature Please Be Kind
Dear Mother Nature,
A long winter makes us weep for spring.
With all the mud you wish to bring.
Can’t feel my toes or comb my hair,
With wind so frightful blowing there.
Please understand I think you’re grand,
Despite the mean intents you’ve had.
So please help us find a way to live,
Through every storm you wish to give.
And when it’s twenty two below,
Save all things living in this cold.
Thank you for your changing path,
I know this weather will not last,
I thank you from my friends and me,
For giving us this splendid breeze,
And if this isn’t asking way too much,
Please spare our wildlife and such.
Mother Nature please be kind,
Sunshine brings us joyful times.
We love seeing skies of blue,
Show us that you love them too.
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