After the Fires

Hail Gaia, Earth Mother
We feel your pain in the air
Raging fires have stripped your face
And laid the land bare

Hail Brother Fire
To thee I place no blame
Hail thou the conflagration
That though the land has raged

Hail Sister Water
To thee I place no blame
Bring to us light rains
To green the land again

Hail Mother Earth
For thee I give spiritual gain
We send healing to your bosom
To heal the land again

Hail Father Winds
To thee I place no blame
Still the winds that stress the land
Please quiet now the storms bane

Flames flew over the land
To lay the Mothers bosom bare
The animals died in numbers untold
While man fought the flames with care

On the night wind, we hear the land moan
In pain for all that its lost
We send to Earth healing energy
To heal her, no matter the cost

We feel the spirit of all the animals
Those not fast enough to flee
In their 1000s they died
We gather now to set their sprits free

We bow our heads in sorrow
For the human lives we have lost
For all the homes that have been rendered
Down to ash and dust

We send healing to all those
Who took hurt for all our sakes
To the brave men and women
Who stand between us and the fires wake

We send glad tidings
To all who have given of themselves
To heal  the losses of their fellow man
May Mothers blessings be on them all

Gather we know a great force of light
And send it over the lands plight
To restore what the fire took away
To replace it with greening growth

Hail Brother Fire
To thee I give thanks this day
For halting the conflagration
That though the land has raged

Hail Sister Water
To thee I give thanks this day
For Bringing to us light rains
To green the land again

Hail Mother Earth
For thee I give spiritual gain
We sent healing to your bosom
To heal the land again

Hail Father Winds
To thee I give thanks this day
Stilled are the winds that stressed the land
Quiet now is the storms bane
 
 


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