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Man, The Destroyers

For the environment.

By Jason Ray MortonPublished 4 months ago 1 min read
Man, The Destroyers
Photo by Patrick Perkins on Unsplash

Amber embers rain

Falling from now-toxic skies

We could have changed

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Jason Ray Morton

I have always enjoyed writing and exploring new ideas, new beliefs, and the dreams that rattle around inside my head. I have enjoyed the current state of science, human progress, fantasy and existence and write about them when I can.

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  • Lori Melton3 months ago

    Very strong imagery!

  • Alex H Mittelman 4 months ago

    I totally agree! This is great! Thank you!

  • There's so much truth in your Haiku! Very well done!

  • Donna Renee4 months ago

    Oooooh this one is really nice! Well done!

  • Babs Iverson4 months ago

    Well done!!!

  • Gina C.4 months ago

    Oh! the nerd in me is beaming. I super loved your use of "amber ember" (gorgeous!) and also how you made this rhyme. I'm a fan! :)

  • Mariann Carroll4 months ago

    Nice message 👍

  • Lisa A Lachapelle4 months ago

    This is excellent!

  • Oneg In The Arctic4 months ago

    I absolutely love this one, the first two words already had me hooked and you said so much in so little!!

  • Gerald Holmes4 months ago

    This one deserves to be read. Excellent use of words.

  • Paul Stewart4 months ago

    Nice work, Jason and so very true. Incredible use of sparse words!

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