The Angel Oak

Giant was the fearless Angel Oak whose roots grew down deepWatered by God’s creatures who safely came to her to weep.Her massive and twisted branches lie softened in green mossTo ease the burden, she gladly carried with every single loss.She bore the weight of tragedy for hundreds of earthly years,Instead, she clapped and sang at … Continue reading The Angel Oak

Scorched Earth

Drifting in and out through the crying blackened bushRestricting airflow from seeking lung cells that pushTowards pockets of coolness and a nontoxic timeTo a land where the killing of nature is a real crimeWhere bullets and hatred don't govern the dayAnd children with asthma come out safely to play An environment where oodles of patents … Continue reading Scorched Earth