All Of Us

January 14, 2011
By SB248 SILVER, Dexter, Michigan
SB248 SILVER, Dexter, Michigan
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The sun rises and falls behind the hills
The ducks sit in the pond flapping their bills

Deer run and leap with beauty and grace,
The rabbit’s run like their in a race

I’m so lucky to see
all this beauty, yet sadly my children may never see

When the seals slip and slide all over the ice,
The polar bears enticing fur coat and how on those ice drifts they stay afloat

Clever as foxes are, they never saw an ending, so near yet safety so far

It is sad to think that every time we leave the sink running the natural beauty so stunning is crying “Please save me!” if only we could save one single tree

The Earth is theirs just as much as ours why do we make them live like they are behind bars

If we share the land between all of us, maybe we can save ourselves from us



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