Too Much Concrete - Poem by Christina Sunrise
Too much concrete
is weighing down the Earth-
Gaia feels the weight on her girth.
Tons of cars, houses, sidewalks
and buildings of cement-
luckily we have gravity
to keep from being bent.
Native Americans used a tent-
others lived in in mountains
they were close to nature
and natural water fountains.
Send Gaia alot of lot love
walk on her barefoot
and become close to her again.
Written by Christina Sunrise on Aril 14,2012
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