Christina Sunrise


How Long Can We Ride This Crazy Bus? - Poem by Christina Sunrise

Put your nuclear reactors

and power plants on Mars,

Mars was ruined from all

of the wars.

Wars we had way

in the past..

Look at Planet Earth

do we have a chance?

Think of the future

and not of the greed

Today,

Maybe we might live

and be able to say,

We did this for our children,

and for us,

How long can we ride this

Dangerous crazy bus?

Written on March 15,2011 by Christina Sunrise


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 20, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, April 11, 2011


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