A Beautiful Enchantment

A poem for the 50th anniversary of “Earth day” Earth, I love you, for my eternal seed roots into you Earth, you revolve, while the sea dissolves into you Earth, you evolve, while everything else dies within you Your belly is a jar that nurture everything that’s alive Your belly is a petri-dish where weContinue reading “A Beautiful Enchantment”

Self-Destruction (A Poem About Earth)

Earth, why won’t you talk To us – all who dreamily walk Within your damp vessel Across your fumigene temple You’ll say words that your winds Blow, through soft tempest of skins Those, you soulfully whisper To all those, nature worshippers Why you, most lovable planet – Only one that carries all kinds of lifeContinue reading “Self-Destruction (A Poem About Earth)”