Then and Now

May 12, 2012
By Caitlin Miranda BRONZE, Canton, Michigan
Caitlin Miranda BRONZE, Canton, Michigan
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Long ago the trees and seas
Held life in them with quite some ease
The fish would swim the birds would nest
No man considered as a pest


As time moved on man’s mind developed
Nature soon was much enveloped
The birds’ wings tied the fish in nets
An action now that man regrets


The oil tanks spill the forests mar
Our faults have left a great big scar
We try to help we try so hard
Looks like we caught ourselves off-guard


If we all help to save the Earth
We’ll live a renaissance, joy, rebirth
Think of when think of how
Think of here and then and now



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