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  1. 21. Staring Through The Window

    At times, especially during this pandemic, we find ourselves staring through our windows admiring the blue skies and the cotton clouds, the verdant greens and deep blues, the beauty of it all. Unfortunately, day by day, we fail to become the responsible stewards of the land that we were tasked to take care of. This poem is a plea, an outward call to change for the better, and for the betterment of our children.

    My child, sit by my side,
    have a look outside.
    What do you see?

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  2. 22. The Changing Earth

    • By Michael A. Lopez
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems October 2019

    My name is Michael Lopez. I am 16 years old and live in Puerto Rico. The poem I wrote is about the problems that man-induced climate change is causing to Earth. Our world is changing in a fast pace, but we need to work together to preserve the Earth.

    Earth is a beautiful place,
    a place we live every day.
    We should have the grace
    to make sure it doesn't go away.

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  3. 23. Nature Speaks

    • By Dionie B. Fernandez
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems April 2019

    I love nature. As I marvel at its beauty, I am reminded of my responsibility to care for it.

    Nature paints the waters blue and the mountains green,
    As the music of swaying trees and roaming beasts reign.
    Touching human hearts in breathtakingly amazing scenes.
    Under the blue sky, God's unconditional love is evidently seen.

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  4. 24. Countryside To City

    I wrote this while traveling back to London from a day in Kent.

    As I look to the sky, I can clearly see
    The glorious sun beaming down on me.
    The clouds go from thick to a whispy thin.
    To miss such a view is a terrible sin.

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    Roses are red violets are blue; I love nature, so do you. When I wake I see the sky shinning like you. We love the colorful bird, to see them flying high. The water sparkles like a...

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  5. 25. Trees

    The existence of trees in nature is very important for our planet and for us to have good, clean air to breathe. I know trees are a renewable source, but the old growth trees are quickly disappearing. My poem is about admiring their beauty and enjoying the scenery while the old trees are still here with us.

    The timbered giants stand oh-so tall,
    and that makes me feel so very, very small.

    Their shadows dance from winds that blow.

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  6. 26. In The Whirlwind Of Destruction

    • By Surbhi
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems April 22, 2022

    This is the raw, unedited version of the first and the only poem I had ever written. Considering that I'm no writer, I loved the way this turned out, and hopefully it will pave the way to a new journey.

    The temperature is fluctuating,
    She could feel.
    The scars are intensifying
    and so is Her incapability to heal.

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  7. 27. Voices Of A Tree

    • By A Krishan
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2013

    Have you ever heard what a tree wants to say? Well, here is something that the tree wants to tell you...

    As the sun's rays begin to fade,
    people enter the houses that have been made
    by the sacrifice of the fellow trees...now silent,
    to serve those humans whose thoughts resemble those of a tyrant.

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    I am a student of class 10 and I think it's am amazing idea how a tree explains its feelings so it's great. And helped me a lot thanks.

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  8. 28. The Environment

    • By Amelia Bester
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems June 2011

    I thought about this poem myself even though I had some help for words that rhyme. I hope everyone enjoys this poem. I've been learning poetry for years and looking forward to publishing one.

    The stars shone in the night sky.
    The moon was sitting bright and high.
    The sun shone in the morning sky.
    The birds were flying really high.

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    I love reading poems, and it gives me true meaning about people, life, nature, and everything that we see around us. I am passionate about learning about people's thoughts and emotions being...

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  9. 29. I Am Dying

    • By Marie Negus
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2008

    I have posted this poem with permission of Marie Negus. She gave it to me to read, and I thought it was such a wonderful piece of poetry that I just wanted to share it with more people. Marie is only 11 years old, and the poem shows we could have a budding poet!

    I am the Earth,
    Mother of them all.
    I'm getting hotter and hotter each day.
    I just want to lay and rest.

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    This is so beautiful! I love how much anger you can fit into one little poem! :)Love It!!!! :D

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  10. 30. What Things Are

    • By Anna Weaver
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems October 2012

    My name is Anna and I wrote this poem about how people see and they don't hear. It's really something hard to explain. I wish I didn't have to write this...it's a wee-bit embarrassing if you know what I mean.

    The flickering sound only halts
    With the clattering sound of rain
    As my clock joins in the waltz
    Falling on my window pane

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  11. 31. I Was Dreaming!

    • By Surega Rajan
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems April 2009

    Couldn't my dream be real? It is about a girl dreaming of a perfect environment, but when she woke up, she realized it was just a dream.

    It was beautiful.
    It was green and clean.
    The smell of fresh air,
    The sound of the river flowing,

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    This poem is just how I feel about climate change. It's beautiful. Thanks.

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  12. 32. The Enigma Of A Forest

    • By Gabriel Gustafsson
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems June 2018

    I wrote this poem as a tribute to the eerie, mystic feeling which resides in the forests of old. This is my first poem with nature as a theme and I hope you think it's okay.
    Gabriel, 18, Sweden.

    It's a place where things grow and prosper,
    equally as bright as it is dark,
    like a fiery horizon with its noble posture,
    without an ending nor a start.

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  13. 33. For Generations To Come

    • By Victoria F. Loehn
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems April 2020

    Our Earth is our provider. Our foundation. Our inspiration. But it is most commonly known for being our home. Would you ever destroy your own house? That sounds crazy - of course not! Then, why do we do it to our own planet? We, as humankind, need to take care of our Earth for the rest of the time that we have on it. We are obligated to our actions and need to make sure that we are only doing positive things to our Earth and maintaining its natural beauty. After all, it won't last forever. :)

    Oh, just look out the window already!
    It takes a unique person to notice.
    Most simply cannot see all the glory.
    A Viewpoint changes when you adjust your focus.

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