Lynda Jean Bryant

(Alexandria, Virginia)

Endangered Species - Poem by Lynda Jean Bryant

We consider ourselves as:

-free as the owls and eagles in flight,
-calm as the seas and lakes at night,
-refreshed as forest trees after rain,
-fast as the greyhounds when trained,

and secure within God's worldwide

Consider for ourselves the:

-lead poisoning of the birds of prey,
-chemical polluting of the seas today,
-destruction of the trees by plow,
-needless killing of the animals now,

and the world changes by our human

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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