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Mother Nature's Tears
Dancing in the rain, out in the open.
Taking in the beauty, of mother nature's tears.
Why does she weep, when everything is fine?
Does she know something we don't, worried for what's to come?
So she cries in fear, for us.
Can we ever know what it is, she's crying about?
If they're tears of joy, or sorrow.
Could we cheer her up, stop her tears?
What if we need the rain, her tears, do we make her cry?
Do the ones that dance in the rain, know she's upset?
Would they care, or would they go on smiling and having fun, while she cries?
Would she help them, if they were sad, or just not care, like them?
Would she not know they're upset, maybe like we don't her?