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An Earthen Cry
by Amber V Moonstone
Monday, April 23, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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In honor of Earth Day.


An Earthen Cry
by Amber "V"Moonstone
4/24/12

The sound of the drums,
beat in tune with the wind,
capturing the Earth's vibration
sending healing energy within.

The tempo slowly rises,
churning my thoughts
of pleasure bound memories
into real life melodies.

My mind takes me back
to a time when man was one
with Mother Earth.
The air, water, and Earth were clean.

The harmony among all creatures
was something that was natural
and not questioned.
Man and beast were joined in joy.

The sound of the drums
bring to mind all those ancient times
when man had abundance of food and water
and lived in peace and love.

Where has this harmony gone?
Can we ever get it back.
It will take many years, decades
to rejuvenate the Earth once more.

Listen to those drum beats,
can you feel it in your heart,
can you take into your soul
and let peace fill your world?

Yes, you can!

 

"An Earthen Cry" (c) Amber "V" Moonstone

 

 

 

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Reviewed by Don Juan Amante 5/3/2012
will it ever return? dreamers cannot help but hope it will. beautiful poem that touches the soul.
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 4/26/2012
A cry worthy poem *Amber V*
with your chosen words to heed!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Paul Judges 4/26/2012
Very enjoyable poem, Amber
Reviewed by D. Vegas 4/25/2012
Amber, Yes,we can, but will we?

Always,
Deborah
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 4/24/2012
I like these lines: "churning my thoughts/of pleasure bound memories/into real life melodies." And "Man and beast were joined in joy." is full of jubilance; those words are beautiful. ~~ Diana
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/24/2012
I often dream of the time when man and nature were in balance. As you point out in this poem, it was a time of abundance, too.

Ron
Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/24/2012
The cadence of the drum, be it an Native war drum, the British snare drum or the Thompson drum always seems to stir a fire in the hearts of men. Well done amber.
fee
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 4/24/2012
The harmony and peace to go forth. Beautiful thoughts in heart
and mind Amber. Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 4/24/2012
Where has this harmony gone? A profound question--one we must answer with action for Mother Earth
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley 4/24/2012
Let us honor earth every day, let us all see and feel what she brings to us that has been provided through Universal love for us. Lovely tribute Thank you
Love and Light
Reviewed by John Flanagan 4/24/2012
your fourth stanza:
"The harmony among all creatures
was something that was natural
and not questioned.
Mand and beast were joined in joy."

is a splendid ideal, Amber, and my hope is we
can return to that sort of Eden but something
tells me it'll be too difficult for us
to undo all the damage we've caused - i hope i'm wrong.
This is fine work indeed.

john
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/24/2012
Where has this harmony gone?
Can we ever get it back?

I'm sadly beginning to doubt that more and more, unless many, many more actually soon start to care.
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 4/24/2012
It is often hard to go back in time, you would have to get the world to agree and give it the time it needs. Great write Amber.

Rose
Reviewed by Laura Fall 4/24/2012
Truly a moving and very meaningful write Amber written so amazingly as always and beautiful photo indeed Laura
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 4/24/2012
I can hear your character Karena saying this...An Earthen Cry is timely...Tom Toms covered with new hide to summons all...be well, Amber.

s
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 4/24/2012
Ah, Amber, the world isn't being destroyed, no I think not. I really don't believe man as hard as we may try will be able to destroy this planet. You think differently, and I understand that and have no problem with it.
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 4/24/2012
Amber,
very well penned would that people will listen and hear.
Budd
Reviewed by jude forese 4/23/2012
nature's drum beats in the heart your words ... inspired and beautifully written, Amber ...
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