John Hybridge

(Seattle, Washington)

Someday - Poem by John Hybridge

Someday the rivers and lakes will be crystal clear
With abundant fish swimming without care
Where skies will be blue with cumulus clouds
Where eagles fly free in fresh clean air
Where green forests stretches from coast to coast
Where there are no smog nor acid rain
Where there are no garbage dumps nor toxic waste
Where the ozone once again protects nature's domain
Someday this will all come to pass
When man no longer walks this fragile earth
For it has been given back to mother earth


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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