March 26, 2009
By Brittany Bailey BRONZE, Westerly, Rhode Island
Brittany Bailey BRONZE, Westerly, Rhode Island
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Nature from then and now,
Tells a story about how,
Mankind has swayed her,
She is slowly losing allure,
Before the polluted air,
Birds spread their wings and glided here to there,
Choking fumes did not intoxicate their space,
That is, before the coming of our race,
If you ask me,
They were quite free,
Now they dwell in an overpowered land,
They must saunter on our littered sand,
Before they could bask on their territory,
But their world has become a manufactured exploratory,
Man's productions have continued to spread,
I wonder why the birds haven't fled?
They have nowhere to go,
Nature is aware, it's about time we know

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