Little Tree Three Wishes - Poem by MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
I am a little tree standing on a mountain's top
With tender trunk lifted asking God's mercy
For that chainsaw on my feet be made to stop
That I can't be cut down so young by a crazy.
Not far from me, I can see fire down bellow
Made by fool people to destroy earth's beauty;
I wish that rain be poured to save my little fellow
As we still have a duty to secure earth's ecology.
Above all, I ask thy mercy O God of Love
Spare us from any danger by any calamity
That we could share in protecting our Earth
From Global warming to save all humanity.
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