Dead Sea

May 24, 2017
By RachaelA GOLD, Middleburgh , New York
RachaelA GOLD, Middleburgh , New York
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A pungent day light shines along
An imbalanced beach,
Dried to an unhealthy grey tone.
And vile jelly fish melt upon
The debris covered pebbles,
Far beyond their reach sparkles a
Chemically contaminated ocean,
Here the once beautiful sand
Is now full of bleached fish skeletons.
Every bone of worthless waste
Is bare and polished with pesticides,
With joints littered across the corroded ground.
While wading for the dying sea to be reborn,
Their souls blown away by burning breezes
Only shells and stones will wait
To be washed with acid rain.
For the living creatures, who suffer
Will be poisoned by pollution.

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