We drink the water from the womb
That once gave birth to all our dreams.
We burry hope in massive tumbs
As we drink dry oceans and streams.
Our selfish quest for independence
Has led us here, far from our source.
Without a care for all transcendence
We grow detached with no remorse.
We turn our back to mother nature
And have great consequence to pay
It’s really we that are engangered
When we trade green for metal grey.
We reep before anything’s planted
And we demand its share from Earth
What once we called home, we now call planet
And label organic to give woth.
We take and take and she provides
Her generosity is immense
But piece by piece each day she dies
And noone comes ton her defense.