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Mother Earth

January 30, 2013
By BrittaneyPeacock DIAMOND, Houston, Texas
BrittaneyPeacock DIAMOND, Houston, Texas
94 articles 46 photos 45 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Be yourself and never change for no one, If they can't except you for you then don't have them".
"Go after your dreams, do whatever it takes to get there and never let go". "Live life to the fullest cause there is never tomorrow".


Blue sky with white clouds
brown sand like quick sand
blue waters far and wide
birds fly high
fish swim low
animals walk in all directions
rocks stand still
trees sway back and forth
houses stand tall
tornado's twist
hurricanes wash ashore
volcano's erupt
tsunamis flood
rain poors
snow falls
ice forms
thunder rawrs
lightning brightens
earth in all the best ways called mother earth



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on Feb. 9 2013 at 12:47 pm
WinterGreer SILVER, Wasilla, Alaska
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Favorite Quote:
dance like no one's watching/ love like you've never been hurt/ sing like no one's listening/ live like heaven is on earth

Good reason. :)

on Feb. 8 2013 at 7:51 pm
BrittaneyPeacock DIAMOND, Houston, Texas
94 articles 46 photos 45 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Be yourself and never change for no one, If they can't except you for you then don't have them".
"Go after your dreams, do whatever it takes to get there and never let go". "Live life to the fullest cause there is never tomorrow".

Yes Haiku is supposed to be 3 lines but also haiku poetry is about nature, so my poem maybe over the 3 line limit but it's all about the wonders of Mother Earth and what she has to offer us all.

on Feb. 6 2013 at 11:48 pm
WinterGreer SILVER, Wasilla, Alaska
7 articles 0 photos 32 comments

Favorite Quote:
dance like no one's watching/ love like you've never been hurt/ sing like no one's listening/ live like heaven is on earth

:) I like the poem! But I was wondering... I don't know much about haikus really at all but aren't they usually less lines or something? Typically the haikus i've seen are like three lines. Just wondering! But good job, I love the imagery!


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