Friday, September 17, 2004

Sonnet to Sister Earth

If you, within your veil of clouds like grey
That shroud your lovely form in gauzy breath,
Still think on me in all your bleak array;
If you remember me, though I through Death
Have entered into mysteries unknown--
Will you, oh bittersweet and wounded Earth
Bring forth the seeds of legacy I've sown
To grow and thrive, a new uncertain birth
Of my own thought in those I leave below,
My sister Earth, my fellow fallen one?
For I return to you--my flesh shall know
Your womb's strong darkness when my sands have run.
But I myself, my own immortal soul
Shall exit time and space and be made whole.


Post a Comment

<< Home