Ken e Hall

(Last Century / England-Now Australian Citizen)

Flower Power..It's No Nuclear Plant


Solar energy..every new house built should have solar panels on the roof...Over 100 Aboriginal sites miles from power stations in northern Australia have solar power ridding old outdated diesel engines. One site at a cost of $480,000 will pay for its self in 6 years!
No Chernobyl, No Japan, No Three Mile.
















Energy to their roots
Where everything begins

With their faces to the sun
Their energy has begun

The super solar power plant
Now receiving it’s life grant

Yes with super solar power
The humble petal flower

Doth really really know
It’s the only way to grow.

On this very sunny day
They show us the only way.

A new clear solar power
from wisdoms wealth,

Safe for ever, our children’s health.

Submitted: Thursday, April 14, 2011
Edited: Sunday, May 01, 2011
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