Untold Story

Posted by Ana Castillo on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 Under: Poetry
Water drops from the top of the mountains
Sinks down from the lands to the seas
But the rain only carries it deeper
As the fumes of the land fall asleep

The volcano has lava of fire
With a burn that can take on a soul
As it pours out the greens out of nature
All the water calms down a brown coal

A solution like ones in the chemicals
Chances to abide the damage of the land
A disaster that nature has uncalled
But there's always a chance to survive

Rejuvenate like the power of land
Changes are unannounced 
Water is the secret to life
The ointment of cells of the land

In : Poetry 

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