Leena Ajay Pimple

(Mumbai, India)

Save our environment with grace


We must give credit
To see the nature function every minute
All the natural phenomena that it exhibits
There are no limits

Our natural ecosystem
Just knows how to blossom
Its the natural environment
Versus the environment built by humans

We need to be careful with all our actions
As they can be a potential threat to our environment

So make the agenda common
Reduce energy consumption,
And aim for zero pollution
Find ways for conservation

Our new ways to reuse
Should change common mans views
Look for renewable energy sources
From life's different phases

Let the understanding be mutual
Be thoughtful and find ways to recycle,
Develop alternate secondary fuel
Make the phenomena global

Our life's journey
There are no boundaries
To help preserve all the endangered species
These goals should be in all the countries

Let's take pledge, to Reduce waste
Our ability to Reuse, will bring more value
Our tryst to Recycle, will save human race
Let's save our environment with grace! !

Submitted: Sunday, June 17, 2012

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