Poems About the Environment
My feet pounded against the ground as my fingers gripped the smooth, tall wood that was taller than the world’s tallest man.
I came from clothespins From Clorox and tide I am from the dirt under the porch
Once upon a time there was a boy named TImmy.
Above buildings, Above planes, About birds, Above us all Are the cosmos. The cosmos may
Several things you do not know about me. People make the assumption that because I have brown hair and dark eyes, that I am basic.Indeed,
My DNA is filled with millionsHard life and killed civiliansThey dont want us in the streets We just tryna blend in...But we aint chamele
America Land of the taken, home of the cover it all up and don't say shit
I still remember the stars that filled the sky
People say once uopn a... to start a story why because it allows us to wonder while wondering do you dream a dream?
“By stumbling over the things which you’ve claimed not to do, whilst in reality you do such ‘dishonest deeds,’ you’ve become bl