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ONCE I WAS MAKING MYSELF FEEL APPEASE, I SAW AN ARRAY OF TREES, FLUTTERING IN THE BREEZE, DANCING WITH THE GLEE.
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The whole earth moans at its unnecessary destruction. Man does not want to curve unchecked carbon production,
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Warm milk once trickled my throat I took it for granted But now that seemed a luxury for
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I loving hearing grandma’s stories she often talks of the ocean. A wonderful escape
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I appeal to you to cease the continuous mayhem you bring upon me but you have turned deaf ears to my plea.
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I appeal to you to cease the continuous mayhem you bring upon me but you have turned deaf ears to my plea.
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The earth was in ruin Trees gone, seas dried Those 100 men had done it And now they were running from it
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We marvel At the things man has made So busy patting ourselves on the back. For our creations
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