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Kevin Lee

(11-07-1997 / Colombo)

The Ozone


Sky, the imagination of the innovation
Innovation, innovative for the invasion
Invaded by the technology's sensation
Sensation of the sky's ozone layer

Layer, the ozone, protecteth livelihood
Livelihood, the dependent of human's brotherhood
Brotherhood, affected by the neighbourhood
Neighbourhood, ignoring effective gases

Gasses, destroying while it passes
Passes the ozone, high above grasses
Grasses, hence affected glasses
Glasses shattering along with lives

Lives of humans full of 'naives'
Naivety suggested through divorcing wives
Wives are divorced same as lives
Lives are forsaken, for lacks the sky,
-'The Ozone'


(24-04-2013)

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

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  • Vizard Dhawan (5/18/2013 2:40:00 AM)

    very well written packed poem
    liked your way of writing
    and the topic too
    you are so talented (Report) Reply

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