Global Warming

December 21, 2008
By Clement Yuen, Danville, CA

I looked out the window of the helicopter. The whole New York was flooded. The street lamps, cars, buses, everything! Except some of the taller buildings. About half of the statue of liberty was under water. I closed my eyes and remembered. The old world, the one where there weren't so much cars and factories, pumping out smoke and gases every minute. New York wasn't the only place that was affected by global warming. All around the world--Tokyo, Shanghai, Mumbai, everywhere. I missed the fish, animals, and insects. The animals had moved north, where it's cooler. I missed the old days.

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