(220) A Film To Sea - Poem by Melvina Germain
Far away in the distance,
a shadow cast upon the sea.
Upon arriving closer,
that shadow bled a travesty.
Hundreds of fish lay still,
a film upon the water.
A sad displeasing sight to view,
sad for me, sad for you.
Toxic waste bares its ugly face.
Progress has a dirty hand.
The ecosystem is in danger.
Our Sea, Our Land.
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