Just Another Curse

March 1, 2013
By SirVannaTheAngel SILVER, Black River Falls, Wisconsin
SirVannaTheAngel SILVER, Black River Falls, Wisconsin
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Favorite Quote:
Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion. :)

The fate of the world lies in the palm of our hands,
A fatal lust for power,
So much love and war from which many of us cower,
From the cities, through the forests, to the raging sands.

We all have a choice,
Destruction or Protection?
Many choices could use a correction,
Few listen to a concerned voice.

Perhaps we are just an experiment?
To see how long we will last,
The world is perishing pretty fast,
Not even scientists can stop it with a powerful little instrument.

We have run out of time,
What is our fate?
We all hope it comes way too late,
As one lone writer contemplates another rhyme.

The author's comments:
This is a poem about what choices humanity made about what to do with Earth and it's resources. We've made some bad choices.

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