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Mother Earth

written by: Debra Sasak Ross


Mother Earth

Lend me your ear
Sing to me
The songs of resonating beauty
That you wish me to hear.

The soft whispers
Of the trees
Or the dark howling
Of the winds.

The purity
Of the blankets
Of the soft white
New Born snow

The flowers
In the Springtime
A gentle
Or fierce summer rain

Come, let me hear the beauty
Mother Earth, may your majesty reign

Debra Sasak Ross

Debra Sasak Ross

Debra Sasak Ross is a published poet from Chicago, Illinois. Besides reading, writing and listening to music, she loves thunderstorms, blizzards and gardening. Her work can be found in the anthologies, Moonlight Dreamers of Yellow Haze and Dandelion in a Vase of Roses. Her work can also be found online in The Poet Community, Inquisition Poetry, Nature Writing, Haiku Journal. And Best Poetry. She has also published her first book, “BELIEVE” in 2018. She now resides in Iowa.
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