Earth Poems

Poems for Earth Day

The earth is the planet given to us by God to live on. Despite what scientists might have us believe, it is the only planet in our solar system that humanity can comfortably inhabit. The earth is a paradise for the creatures that live on it. Every species on earth has its place in the circle of life. Human beings need food, clothing, shelter to survive. All of these are provided in ample supply on God's green earth. It is an unfortunate fact the we have not taken good care of the land that has been placed in our guardianship. Hopefully, it is not too late.

Poems about Earth and the Environment

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  1. My Loyal Friend

    A Lovely Old Tree Outside My Window

    Outside my bedroom window
    Stands an old majestic tree.
    She's been standing there for decades,
    Just as proud as she can be.

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  3. Make It Green

    • By Mrs. Avani Desai
    • Published: June 2014
    Poem About Saving Earth

    Lives are crying because it's not clean,
    Earth is dying because it's not green...

    Earth is our dear Mother, don't pollute it,

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    I just loved this poem so much that when I was reading it I got inspired to start writing poems. I will tell you I just hated poems, so you probably wonder why I would read a poem. Actually,...

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  4. Music

    Sweet melody amidst the moving spheres
    Breaks forth, a solemn and entrancing sound,
    A harmony whereof the earth's green hills
    Give but the faintest echo; yet is there

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  6. The Spell Of The Yukon

    I wanted the gold, and I sought it;
    I scrabbled and mucked like a slave.
    Was it famine or scurvy—I fought it;
    I hurled my youth into a grave.

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  7. Seasons

    • By Michaela
    • Published: August 2008
    Poem About Changing Seasons

    Winter is cold, with gusts of tumbling snow,
    When rain falls down and nothing ever grows.
    For children, it's the snow that they desire
    And cups of cocoa in front of the fire.

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  8. Why, Mankind, Why?

    • By Christopher Ndubuisi
    • Published: July 2008
    Protect The Beauty Of Mother Earth

    Mankind! Long before your birth,
    alluring was the beauty of Mother Earth.
    She bore living things of all kinds...plants and insects, animals and birds.
    All, an exotic reflection of her biodiversity,

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    You are totally right why do we do this. Life's greatest mystery. I love your poem. Sincerely me

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  10. Who Has Seen The Wind?

    Who has seen the wind?
    Neither you nor I.
    You see now, it's invisible
    to the naked eye.

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    This is an absolutely beautiful poem that made me think of God; how God proves that he is there and who he is. It made me think of how he is always there, invisible to the naked eye for now...

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  11. Homeland

    Beautiful Place I Call Home

    My homeland, my fatherland
    settles on the valley of two breasts,
    a virgin to behold,
    two sisters lead to her,

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  12. The Prairies

    • By Kehkashan Basu
    • Published: June 2014

    The grasslands stretch as far as the eye can see,
    As flat as anything can be,
    Unending fields of corn and wheat,
    Yielding huge harvests that none can beat,

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  13. Sunset

    • By Jessica Bood
    • Published: September 2013
    Poem About The Sun Setting

    They say a sunset is an artist's pallet,
    Of colors so intense and full of pigment,
    A photographer's dream.

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