Aldo Kraas

Rookie (July 15 1964 / Sao Paulo Brazil)

LA TERRE


La terre
Belongs to God
Because he created la terre
With his holy hands
And gave it to us
So that we could live also in la terre
But I am a 100% sure that God is not happy with us at all
Because we are killing la terre everyday with
Car pollution that goes into the air and into the sea
Polluting the sea
That fish lives in also
But the truth is that human beings dammaged everything that God made And Gave to us
Also the air that we breathe is not pure anymore
And with that comes asthma that kills babies and people also
Why don't we have respect for la terre?
Don't you enjoy what God made with his own hands?
Are with so selfish that we only think of ourselves but not la terre?

Submitted: Saturday, March 05, 2011

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