Treasure Island

Divyesh J. Shah


Recycle


A simple plan,
For man or woman,
Paper, plastic and cans,
Recycle all, if we can,
For neatness and cleanliness,
Virtue next to Godliness,
No one can refuse,
The same can be reuse,
Its individual responsibility and duty,
To maintain their health and beauty,
To stay fresh and green,
Keep the place clean,
People everywhere,
Breathe the same air,
Let’s take care,
To keep the atmosphere fair,
Wonderful land to share,
And admire the beauty of nature!
Nothing more to say,
We have a vital role to play,
Economy and environment benefits,
Its time to stand, not to sit,
We need to set a good example,
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle,
If we put our heads together,
Our Earth will be clean forever!

Submitted: Friday, April 22, 2011
Edited: Friday, May 20, 2011

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