Peter Sponburgh

Rookie (9/11/1998 / Santa Rosa California)

The Light Poem by Peter Sponburgh


The light we see mixed with the light we dont it intertwines with reality and a dream when reality is better then a dream you've seen the greatest light of all the light we all follow the light we use the light we thrive on the light we need to keep the earth green the way it was before we were here before humanity clean air green the greater light till now the light grows dimmer with each passing day the pollution the wars the factorys ruining the light our ancestors saw and wanted to preseve for us to use and thrive in its glory and embrace the way we overuse it is barbaric destroying what was here before us to take for ourselves taking the light away from the world slowly starting the darkness to consume the planet to scare the little kids destroy the forests and take the small creatures away from this planet and what can we do to preserve this light anything at all try it try to preseve as much as we can take a stand and fight for our light the light we all need to have

Submitted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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