Poems About the Environment

Self Destruction by Nestor G. Mendoza
To the daughters of our world: Brains lasts longer than beauty. It is not a crime to be beautiful
Love is a Rose red wildfire, which many people yearn. But, can leave you severely burned.
August Forster 11/10/16 Do or Die   Open heart, do or die?
You look at me as if I am inhumane You ponder your thoughts on why I am of use to you
I am from the Garden State. From the city full of violence, gangs, and drugs;
I am from the Garden State. From the city full of violence, gangs, and drugs;
Back and forth, As a constant pull Of the moon on earth, which drew me far. Unaware of time,
You work like temptation. Souls like yours produce money and smoke. Your laugh is a trigger for gun shots,
DEAR SILENT CHAIR I always imagine how perfect you were created,

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