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ADULT CONTENT WARNING!

This poem went up on Blaze McRob’s Tales of Horror today in honor of Earth Day!

Today is Earth Day. Let’s stop the rape of Earth Mother! Now!

Your Harlot Weeps (This Is A Poem For Adults)

Your Harlot WeepsA virgin yet, she was sweet and pure,
only wanting her gifts to share;
asking ‘naught in return.

Your harlot weeps.

You came along, this mighty man, intent on harm,
not caring for love, your greed your God,
taking was your game.

Your harlot weeps.

Your manhood shoved into her gash,
you twisted and you turned, ’til blood poured out,
a raging river, and still you did not care.

Your harlot weeps.

Deeper, deeper in you went, a wicked smile upon your face.
Your thrust was brutal, causing pain,
but were you not the Lord of all?

Your harlot weeps.

Devastation was your job, a task you handled well.
And soon it was that your sweet lady,
was dragged so close to hell.

Your harlot weeps.

You fucked her over, of that I’m sure,
her face no longer young and sweet,
having now a sad, gray pallor.

Your harlot weeps.

She can not return to days of old,
it is too late for that.
But yet there is still chance for her to atone.

Your harlot weeps.

The oceans rise and take out cities resting on its shores.
Volcanoes blow from deep within the core,
and crops go dead from salt and heat.

Your harlot weeps.

You rush and try to flee her wrath,
but that she’ll have no part of.
You had your chance, yet you would not see.

You harlot weeps.

And now that sweet revenge is hers,
your hope is lost and gone.
She is the winner now.

Your harlot weeps.

For Mother Earth, fucked high and low,
is getting the last word, as bastards fall and die,
their reign here now is through.

Your harlot weeps.

But yet she cries, her spirit broken,
for all she ever wanted, was peace and joy upon her lands,
and now that will never happen.

Your harlot weeps.

Blaze McRob – “I wrote this poem two years ago. Today is Earth Day. As you can tell, I abhor the raping of Earth Mother. This is the perfect day to post this on my blog. We can not constantly take and not give back. The language is gritty, but it must be. Nothing less will do.”

You can follow any of the links on this page back to Blaze McRob’s post.
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