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  1. Can Earth Be Earth?

    • By Garvit
    • Published: June 2008

    Analysis of Form and Technique

    Can earth be Earth when all its trees are gone,
    And sudsy waters have become unfit,
    And poisoned life no longer greets the dawn
    With raucous sounds that death has caused to quit?

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    This poem made me feel like I can once more cry for our poor Earth. Why do we have to do what we do? And to our surprise, tigers, wolves, mountain lions, and many other predators are blamed...

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  3. The Universe

    Sliding down the milky way as the harvest moon lights the way
    This starts my journey through the galaxy
    My first stop, Gould's Belt, at 20 degrees.

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    what a beautiful poem
    may I take a few words become a song?
    just a few

  4. The Nature's Power

    Nature's gifts are all around,
    Yellow, green, red and brown,
    Mirrored water that reflects my frown,
    Butterflies flying in the dusky dawn,

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  6. The Winter Has Gone

    • By Stephan Banks
    • Published: September 2008
    Poem About How The Earth Has Changed

    cold snap on a morning the frost on the ground
    the snowy landscape as you look all around
    an old man's nose swollen red and it glows
    the whistle you hear as the wind blows

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  7. Please Mr. Killer Sandman, Bring Me A Burning Dream

    • By Molly
    • Published: October 2012

    The Desert is a lonely soul
    who burns your every breath,
    like a broken record,
    stuck on the sound of death.

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  8. Trust In Rubble

    • By Cody Talbott
    • Published: October 2012

    There lays the long stripe of his body,
    nestled between two rows of houses
    Path of silver light falls on cracked asphalt,
    rivulets of mercury in invisible spectrum...

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