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Come with Me
by Ronald W. Hull
Sunday, April 06, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Blue Marble Courtesy

Had a love song in mind, but ended up in love with Mother Earth.

Come with Me

Come with me, and you will see,
the blue marble ever shinin'.

Come with me, and you will see,
the places where she's dyin'.

Air so thick with smoke, the birds choke,
but they just keep on flyin'.

Ice melting so fast, it will not last,
but polar bears keep on swimmin'.

The rain forest gone, but wild animals live on,
in faraway zoos for their asylum.

Dirt packed and bare, people going nowhere,
except producing babies for the dyin'.

Come with me, to the sea,
a hundred miles of debris floatin'.

Oh what have we done!, Can't you see?
a scene that's got me cryin'.

Big business grows on and on,
oblivious to the end, lyin'.

Come with me, and you will see,
the last of our legacy sighin'.

Come with me, to history,
and tell me that I'm lyin'

Copyright 2008 Ronald W. Hull


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Reviewed by Liana Margiva 2/19/2009
VERY NICE!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/6/2008
Sadly no one can say you're lyin! Even more sad is that most of humanity knows this and does nothing about it. always waiting for someone else to come along and fix it for them. Excellent Ron!ET
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 4/6/2008
Very well done sweet man,enjoyed very much..stay safe and well...Hugs
Reviewed by John Leko 4/6/2008
...excellent journey you take me on...the lightness of lyric weighs heavy...enough to shine around the universe...yet if only most would listen to its noted truth.
brilliant write of compassionate wisdom Ron...
Reviewed by Michael Guy 4/6/2008
History has shown us that almost all the periods of Earth's shifting climate's have had violent and abrupt transitions - give or take a few centuries. This one is not only liable to be no exception but perhaps even more erratic - and yet we're the first species that can supposedly control our own actions and effects. But your poem constrasts the beauty and the irony even better....
keep 'em coming... Mike
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/6/2008
Wow this can stil be a song afterall!!

Fantastic message song-poem!!

Love tinka
Reviewed by Jon Willey 4/6/2008
Ron, a compassionate, creative poem with a message for all who ride this unique rock around the universe. This is the kind of outstanding work I have come to expect from you. Thanks, Jon Michael Willey
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 4/6/2008
Unfortunately for all of us you are NOT lyin' & he

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