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Keep It Fresh

by JamieAd 4 months ago in nature poetry
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A Poem About Clean Air

Keep It Fresh
Photo by C.Valdez on Unsplash

Fresh air is so important,

It keeps our lungs quite clean.

So why so much pollution?

It isn’t very green.

Lungs are dark in cities,

Muddied by constant smog.

Car engines always stalling,

No place to walk a dog.

Animals matter too, you know,

Pollution makes them sick.

We need to start to change things,

And make the changes stick.

So walk a little more, my friend,

Or catch a train or bus.

Keep the car for distances,

Try cycling, it’s less fuss.

Politicians needs to learn

That coal and gas are bad.

We all know there are better sources,

Let’s use them and be glad.

I suppose it’s easy to forget

That pollution is around.

It doesn’t sing, it doesn’t dance,

And poisons without a sound.

I dream a dream of futures,

When renewables rule the day.

Solar, wind and thermal

Have chased fossil fuels away.

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About the author

JamieAd

I am an independent writer of short stories and YA fiction. Lately I have really got into writing blogs. My passion is for books, theatre and movies but I also care a lot about the environment.

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