Earth Declares her Independence

Earth says

 

And I will have my independence as well.

I will shoot rockets of salt into the sky,

The rain will smell of primroses, and

The wells will fill the sky.

The wolves and the dolphins

Will sing to me soliloquies–

Two part long distance harmonies.

The dinosaurs will blink

And the sloths move just a small bit slower

Than you can think.

All of nature will erupt and fornicate,

Wave flags and celebrate,

And I, I will declare myself

For myself, set free

No longer the ground you walk on,

Rather the wind beneath your feet.

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About Alix Moore

Alix Moore is a writer, speaker , and teacher who is passionate about the joyful transformation of the planet. Although there may be birthing pains, she knows that the future is bright. To that end, she teaches others to hear and honor their inner wisdom. Her workshops are both inspirational and practical, offering effective methods of self-empowerment, meditation, creativity, and joyful living. Alix is the author of a number of books on writing, teaching, and spiritual growth. Her latest, River of Light, Joyous Cocreation with Earth and Spirit, is due out in February, 2015. When not writing or presenting workshops, Alix can be found raising chickens, training cows , or harvesting vegetables on her organic farm, in Clarksburg, MD.
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2 Responses to Earth Declares her Independence

  1. Sharmishtha says:

    amazing poem, hope she starts to sing soon. glad that i stumbled into your poem. it is so very calming and pleasing.

  2. Alix Moore says:

    “hope she starts to sing soon”–I love that! Thanks for visiting.
    Alix

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