Environment Poems: 2/19
Nature, Environment

See the Leaves that Fall from Trees

© Jason

The least movement is of importance to all nature. The entire ocean is affected by a pebble.- Blaise Pascal

See the leaves that fall from trees
Watch them fall to ground with grace
Carried by the winds of nature
They never stay in just one place

See the leaves that fall from trees
They grow from branches nice and quick
A season’s when they live their life
Full and short poisoned sick

See the leaves that fall from trees
The venom that we always share
We eradicate our mother nature
And the life that flows through air

See the leaves that fall from trees
They now shrivel up and fall
Don’t even let them their last breath
Grounded, lifeless no beauty at all

Now see the future of our kind
Our greed has brought us to our knees
We have condemned all forms of life
And drank the water of the seas
We have no second earth to hide
We had the cure to our disease
We need not much but open eyes
To see the leaves that fall from trees

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