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Climate Change

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You watched me grow,
my colors shined like diamonds,
but you forgot about me.
You forgot how fragile I can be,
now I have fallen at your feet,
yet you can't see me.

My tides break, My shores quake,
and my coral fray washing away
with the waves.
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Saturday, July 29, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: climate change,earth,life,life and death
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
I wrote this after I thought about the changes I have seen. I come to an conclusion that global warming is real. We effect the Earth by digging, changing the water, throwing trash into the sea, onto the Earth, and worst of all we cute down tree's. We need tree's to clean our air, to clean the dirt so we can plant food. What else is causing the Earth to heat up so quickly? The only creators that can build an H bomb, we humans change the Earth by digging it's gold and silver. People killed for it.
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Jazib Kamalvi 29 July 2017
A nice poetic imagination on change, Shelton. Thank you very much,
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