Louis Cecile

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Global Warming - Name Style

Global Warming
The name forces me to cry
The earth sheds increased tears, though when toughened becomes barren
Dry soil threatens nature to recoil
Humanity unaware of the nature of its soul
Care for cash
Space exploration brings envy
Our every small step, merely shifts planetary plates
With no skills as a catcher, we bring a downfall

Global Warming
Inherently mankind has a complex to no longer exist
We stand like William Tell
What story does this tell
Man willing to kill himself or nature
When the arrow pierced the apple and the tree
Red symbolised how nature bleeds

The name leads expectancy for heat
A winter never ending brings only defeat
A reflection of our defeat
The world canvassed in white wanting to start again
Let humanity freeze as it gave birth to disease
Global Warming signifies the earth's anger
Pubescent extreme emotion for one so old
Will your children live on for this story to be told?

Copyright © 2013 Louis Cecile

Submitted: Saturday, April 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 04, 2013

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  • Veteran Poet - 1,393 Points Elena Sandu (9/10/2013 8:06:00 PM)

    Wonderful poem! Yes dear friend, such things are those to think I've lost my mind the least so I want rather than belive that we can stand with crossed arms and watch our horrible crime. My child could survive a hard, slavery like life (bit different than ours) but her children? ...I'd rather die than tell what my thoughts sometimes display... Let us hope humanity awakes before it is too late... (Report) Reply

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