Nature’s Guard

Oceans dribble regrets,
so faint no one could hear,
a coast with so much depth,
absorbing salty tears.

Gray clouds cry and lament,
sadness writes on the sand.
Cold raindrops represent,
emotions hearts have banned

Swim through the rough waters,
migrating towards luck,
blessing every quarter,
where tough lessons once struck.

Form a revolution
guided by warm sunshine,
swords made of rose bushes,
butterfly army lines.

Greet a clear brighter dawn,
sorrows are laid to rest,
stronger boundaries drawn,
to conquer inner test.

Nature does her duty,
pollution soon refrains.
Earth maintains her beauty,
and provides life with gains.

– Grace Y. Estevez – Reddy

Originally Published November 26, 2021

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  1. What a lovely poem Grace. 😘πŸ₯‚πŸ˜Š Your photo is so heart-wrenching where Mother Nature is abused with the pollution along her shores. Let’s pray that people will have more compassion and appreciation for what nature offers all of us. 🌺😎🌳 Ciao!

  2. I hope that the pollution we are creating is cleared by some means so that we leave a better home for our future generations.

  3. Picture is so disturbing, but I appreciate your brilliant verses, full of imagery. Dear Grace, whenever you write on nature or mother earth, you are par excellence.πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ’–

  4. Love these lines-
    ‘Oceans dribble regrets,
    so faint no one could hear,
    a coast with so much depth,
    absorbing salty tears.’

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