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Pollution

An entry to the eclipse challenge

By Natasha CollazoPublished 2 months ago Updated 2 months ago 1 min read
Pollution
Photo by Lennard Kollossa on Unsplash

Earthly vibrations bounce between

climate and gravity; revolving around anything that’s

living.

Interrogating the fact everything will falter, as the moon reminds us for a quick second of that.

Preeminence, when it hid the sun.

Souls with five fingers and five toes, to any creepeth thing that crawleth lurch existential crisis, as momentum can only one day cease to contribute to this human defiance.

Eclipsing beyond the satellites, the stars, will form an alliance.

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A tribute to Earth Day

Acrostic

About the Creator

Natasha Collazo

**Studying Modern Journalism @ NYU **

Student @ American Writers & Artists Institute

Project: The diary of an emo Latina

Content and freelance creator

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Comments (6)

  • Brin J.2 months ago

    "Preeminence, when it hid the sun" I loved that line. You make the moon sound so powerful and influencial (in all fairness, it is). This was a beautiful poem, Natasha <3. A great tribute to Earth day.

  • D.K. Shepard2 months ago

    Great concept and acrostic, Natasha! Really loved the last line!

  • angela hepworth2 months ago

    Amazing acrostic! Very important especially now.

  • Daphsam2 months ago

    Important message you’ve written here, well done.

  • Oooo, preeminence, that's a new word for me! So Acrostic was so beautifully written. I loved it!

  • Esala Gunathilake2 months ago

    I like it. People should think about the Earth more than what they think right now.

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