George Bernard Hough

Leigh Lancashire
George Bernard Hough
Leigh Lancashire
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Slowly our world will end for us
Not with a bang and not with a fuss!
Slowly the sea will reclaim the land
No more, we`ll see, a stretch of gold sand.
Slowly we burned fossil fuels for gain
Factory, engine, power station and plane.
Slowly we moved to correct our excess,
Too late to change the results of success.
Slowly the ice will melt at the poles
Our fault because of those ozone holes!
Slowly the creatures on this earth of ours
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Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Topic(s) of this poem: climate change
Renu Kakkar 29 October 2016
Good poem. Shows how our mistakes if harming the environment will slowly do a round turn to saving the environments.
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