Into The Future I Take A Peep - Poem by Meriam Joseph
Into the future I take a peep,
in the garden as I walked,
appeared a strange black opening,
my tear dimmed eyes peeping,
for, into the future I take a peep.
The world became black, as the sun went cold,
the moon lost it's light, the trees their green,
all that I saw was a dark blank world,
with not even the Lords, to save us from this curse.
Nobody survived, not even the trees,
for we were quite using it for our needs,
I dare not to look, I was so afraid,
I just walked away, my heart still cold.
I thought about this incident, all day all night
I couldn’t sleep; I had such a fright,
what to do? That was my question,
a hole in the Ozone.
That is enough,
have to start recycling, it is my mission
I recycled, I took care,
I didn’t allow trees to be chopped
The people too were good enough,
they agreed to me and did what is the best,
thought that there couldn’t be another vision,
it just came to me,
it was the same, just like before
but this time it was a white shinning opening.
So, into the future I took a peep again,
the world was filled with light so bright,
the water is glowing,
the world is green again.
People lived in peace, brought out the good in them,
the birds always chirped a melodious song,
I felt the world was safe,
at least for now,
just hope there won’t be another dark black opening.
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