A Prayer to Mother Nature:

Mother Nature is no stranger

To changing seasons

That’s the danger.

When you live in the place I do

Mother Nature confuses

Setting out to punish you.

The summer came with lightning storms and furry

And brought with it

Thrashing hail and freezing nights of flurries

To keep from getting flashed, frozen, and beat

Inside we’d take cover and we’d sleep

Till the power went out from too much heat

As fall arrives, Tornado towers

Like a tantrum’d child Godzilla-ing

Crushing all buildings and flowers

And snow will fall in heaps in time

People stuck and cities dark.

A world frozen in mime

As winter comes and summer passes

Mother nature, please

Contain your wetness, projectiles, and gasses.


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