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Mother Earth

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{Mother Earth} 


We honor mother earth to keep mother earth clean and to protect her from all the trash, toxins, killable gasses, oils that's polluting mother earth from sea to shinning sea and not to be polluted by this drilling with all this fracking that is supposedly all natural fracking but as mother earth only scream's out in bloody murder and sickening pain as you keep poisoning her ...

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From Virginia

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From Virginia


He sat and watched them

draw from pipes of bone and clay,

eyes closed in peaceful

meditation. Cast in clouds

of bittersweet transcendence.


I sat and watched him

turn into a hollow man,

wrapped in shrouds of grey.

His constant, shuddering, barks

cough your epitaph, Raleigh.

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