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"But let all who take refuge in You be glad. Let them ever sing for joy. Spread Your protection over them, that those who love Your Name may rejoice in You." (Psalm 51:11)
Definitely one of my favorite Earth Day poems! Great rhythm. And the proverb definitely fits.Thank you for sharing!
although our planet is burning up...your poem is very kewl...its very good
I think deeply about this too. I just don't want to make it worse than it is, even if i can't clean/clear it.
Yeah, it all looks like too little too late - maybe we need Earth Day everyday, anyway...I like the chain of Limerick, it's a cool way to get your message across.The quote is loaded and it'll give me much to think about, I can feel a poem coming right n o w!
An apt piece - and the quote is one of the most important of eco-messages.
I think the Original Inhabitants got it right after all.
EARTH DAYAtleast 1 day which whole heartedly pulls us towards the plight of her.Lets just try it not to be a trashbag~HARSHA
I hope we can celebrate Earth day every day. This was a great poem to lead the charge.
Really enjoyed this poem in honor of Earth Day. Your critical eye is very perceptive and that last line is great... "too concise" is a good way to point how Earth Day has changed over the years.
We should make Earth Day every day. Until we do, I don't know how much progress will be made.
Great Earth Day quote and poem. You write it plain and simple, true and useful!
great poem and very fitting for the month! like where you went with this.