One of my pieces.
Updated: Apr 20, 2019
A lot of people asked me if I have written other things. I have! So I'll share one with you all and I'll give a little back story on it.
This short piece is one of my favorites. It is also a fairly recent piece. When I looked around at everything going on in this world, I decided to write on it. It was more of a vent on how humans treat their natural environment. So here it is!
" Everything we have constructed, all the monuments we have built, have lost the war to the elements, on a foundation we never gave. All the mysteries before us, stay frozen in the thick veils of black ice. As if the stars within the vast heavens, hushed the secrets of the night. The wind changes our courses ever so slightly, each time a bird takes its flight. For when we aim our guns and arrows, its death be a sailor's plight. There exists the discordant revolution of a tempest trapped within the mind. A tide we cannot control with currents we can't refine. The Earth knows all our secrets if we listen, she shall tell. Of all the blueprints we did draw, we did the best at raising hell. " ~ Celine Elizabeth - Humans in their Element ~
I love nature. I think that God's creations are vast and our minds cannot begin to comprehend its magnificence. When I take a hike, I'm left in awe at His works. Man was given the dominion over the Earth and while some men tried to preserve it, others didn't.
Here's a bunch of pictures from some of the adventures I had in Trinidad.
Okay so I'm not saying we didn't improve our living and that we should have lived in caves or something but don't you think we push it?
How many animals have gone extinct? How many river courses diverted and forests removed? How many things do we have to destroy for us to realize we are destroying ourselves in the process?
This blog is a short one much like the piece itself. This style of writing is not one I was able to pen in my book, "Things That They Don't Tell New Christians", however, it is a style that I hope to release in future books. Hope you enjoyed it! Let me know what you think and if you'd like to see more pieces! Have a blessed week! ~Celine Elizabeth~