A poem about climate change

Posted by Guest Blogger | January 3, 2008

Guest Blogger: Julia Melnikova, School #13, St. Petersburg, Russia

I don`t want my children to see the Earth die,

Without fish swim and without birds fly,

With no air for breathing, no water to drink,

When global conditions will make the land sink.

 

I don`t want emissions to stay in the air,

To fill our lungs and to spread everywhere,

To cause global warming, submerging the land!

To stop all this mess we should lend our hand!

 

The nature is dying together with us,

We wouldn`t exist here but for the green grass…

We must prevent nature from saying «farewell»-

In case it is dying, we`re dying as well!

 

What could human beings` activities mean –

To make our planet one big rubbish bin?!

No matter that you may be only a teen –

It`s never too early or late to be green!

 

To show our children the beauty of life;

To help polar bears and pandas survive;

To claim to the world that this talk should gain weight

Let`s firstly take part in the global debate!

 

 

To read the rest of Julia's blog post on LiveJournal, click here.

 

Submitted by bunny at: February 7, 2010
It's a nice poem & I love it.Your art of writing is touching. Thank you.
Submitted by ruby at: January 29, 2010
that's a good poem! It's realistic!! hey, can I share your poem to my classmates?
Submitted by ruby at: January 29, 2010
hello ohh!!! it is so nice! It speaks about the reality. hey, can i share your poem to my classmates?
Submitted by TimMorris at: January 4, 2010
I found your poem because I was searching for poems on climate change having written one myself. I really like your poem, and I hope it encourages more people to express their own feelings about the problem. I enclose here a link to my peom: http://tmicdesign.com/Documents/happiness%20comes%20with%20a%20barcode.doc
Submitted by PinkBunny at: December 28, 2009
Great poem!It's given me a lot of inspiration for my own work. :)
Submitted by simpletan_green at: December 27, 2009
so cute.. and very meaningful.. hehe..,
Submitted by John at: December 26, 2009
Nice realistic write. I would like to share this poem written by a Nepali Poet,Bhuwan Thapaliya here. Change Surrounded by desires, we are cold. Altitude of dearth makes it hard to breathe. Yet standing up the side of Mount Everest, we are willing captives of the things unseen before. We have never seen so many things happening at the same time above and below us. A slender twister forms in the convergence of the heat and the altitude’s chill. Something up above the earth is changing, is a new source of light kissing the sky? Paroxysmal blasts rocks the crater. Something down below the earth is changing, is a new source of lava feeding the flank? Everywhere we hear the roar of the lightening and the thud of the incandescent rocks. What’s really going on? Copyright 2009 Bhuwan Thapaliya
Submitted by shailini at: December 21, 2009
it is very good indeed
Submitted by lulu at: December 14, 2009
it sound like a cry from mother nature
Submitted by Spring Baby at: November 14, 2009
That is a beautiful poem, I have used parts of it in my geography. Thankyou. It makes me think and it is very meaningful. I would like to read some more of your work. x
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