Gomotsegang Sebadieta

Water - Poem by Gomotsegang Sebadieta

Tasteless, odorless, colorless
Yet valuable and versatile
Water, the one use for drinking
To quench thirst and dehydration
Water, the one used for bathing,
Without you, our bodies would be stinking
Water, the one used for irrigation
Without you, all the plants would be dead
Water, the one used for cooking,
Without you, food would be eaten raw
Water, the one used for washing
Without you, our possessions would be dirty
Water, the universal solvent
All the solutes depend on you
I wonder how life would have been like
Without water!
Water is life, no water no life!
Water, you're the most vital liquid of liquids

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 11, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, May 11, 2012

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