Ageless forests Testimony to so much hatred! Today I saw them Bent, tired, wrinkled Aging a little bit more: Menacingly grey Blinded by smoke Of dying ashes Choking on the dead Burning trees wailing In the distance; They watch us closely Waiting to strike As vengeance stings The forest eyes!
Red dust gently stains Vivid footsteps On the forest trail Our whispers are caught In the canopy for eternity Hanging as mist! Glow worms flutter In ethereal shadows Leaves crunch below Our feet, in a terrain Dreamy, magical Where lovers meet Under the stars
The face of fear stands exposed In the cowering silence so bold Possessed with the burden Of a dying, decaying world: Rotten rivers and furrowed mud, Fallen trees and yellowed fields! Last of the spirits must now leave, Poisoned by the air they breathe. Howling waves and the silver moon Shed crystal tears on a barren Earth So bony white, eroded to the core Men gone; their destruction stays on!