The World of the Future (maybe)

February 28, 2011
By queentabbiecat99 GOLD, Dardanelle, Arkansas
queentabbiecat99 GOLD, Dardanelle, Arkansas
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Favorite Quote:
Things aren't always what they seem.


“Help us“, cry the people of the world, to a earth long forgotten.

Forgotten to but a scattered few which, die each day.

Begging, They dance and sing, but the dance is wrong ,the song scrambled and dead.

the world falling around their heads still they just think of themselves and not of the things they've done.

They don’t think of the forgotten animals and plants even though that’s what started it all.

all the suffering and pain that could have been avoided.

The waters dried and the grass is dead nothing is left of the once "great people" that “ruled” this planet.

After the last person has danced and sung their self to an early grave. A bolt of lighting singles the next storm and the earth's next try at unselfish life.

The future or a possibility? You decide.


The author's comments:
Well i wrote this before but as a poem this is really just written to make you think. what would happen if we ignore the signs? really its about a world wide drought. and rain dances.. and about kinda Native Americans, which i am one, how actual respected the earth.

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on Mar. 28 2011 at 10:07 am
queentabbiecat99 GOLD, Dardanelle, Arkansas
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Favorite Quote:
Things aren't always what they seem.

thanks again alia for looking at my work :D

Alia_Tan GOLD said...
on Mar. 18 2011 at 8:34 pm
Alia_Tan GOLD, Elk Grove, California
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Favorite Quote:
"I gotta right to sing the blues/
gotta right to moan and sigh/
I gotta right to sit and cry" From "I gotta right to sing the blues" By Louis Armstrong

this scared me a bit! Very convincing and it does in deed make you think! Great job!


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