Since birth, I failed to appreciate the beauty in your turf,
I now know the true value of what you are worth.
While I continue to dig into your dirt,
I neglected to consider how much that may hurt.
I apologize for all the times I hit your curb,
Naive to your senses and nerves,
Listening to the force of your winds,
Trying to interpret your sacred words,
For all the absurd shit you deal with.
Why don’t you call more of a storm?
I mean, I notice when you loudly perform,
Due to the lack of human conform,
Torn between walking on ground or through the middle of your land.
I apologize for all the concepts of your existence that my feeble mind cannot understand.
But, may I request you show me the real power in your form?
Through every storm, I reflect on how strong you genuinely are.
You expand to make space for us all to be out here like the stars.
You allowed us to build all these lands and drive cars.
So many bars, I could dedicate to dwelling on my sorrows.
Feeling the chill of your cold murmur,
Grateful for every tomorrow.
Now, those leaves of yours in the past, I borrowed,
They fill spaces that Summer left hollow.
I love the sweet berries your nurturing allows me to swallow,
In the night, I love to follow your messengers for their show.
I appreciate the Divinity behind the majesty of how elegantly your birds flow.
Through the land across the entire plane,
I am not sure whether you are flat or round,
And for sure, your emotions, I lack the depth to explain.
But I wish more of you , I acquire the resources to explore.
Moore is in store for you E.
As Moore of us awaken, I only hope we can roam this land they call free.
Where the darker your projection, the harder it is to flee.
Now I agree with how much you consume,
More humans need to make more room,
To allow you to groom,
Little do they know, you know more than you would ever reveal.
I hope this life allows me to feel,
More aligned with you E.
Only in time can you reveal where we align,
Just a matter of potential energy + projected time,
As long as you remain high and recline when heaviness does rise.