Global Warming - Poem by Tom Zart
The drought that parched our lower 48 states
Cut US corn harvest by near 40 bushels an acre.
Subsidized crop insurance helped save the day
As stored grain was provided to the farmer and baker.
Trees by the milli ons dried up and died
Never to shadow God's Earth from the Sun.
Some big around as a kitchen table
Stand sapless without moisture to nourish and run.
The erratic weather across our country we love
Seems to be softening our view of global warming.
Sandy and Irene were direct results of climate change
As we learn from nature's punishment of storming.
If you believe in God and divine intervention
Then fall to your knees and humbly pray.
For Heaven's answers of faith to turn things around
Keeping life on Earth more splendid and priceless each day.
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