Global warming


Global warming

Environmentalists do clamor

The earth is getting warmer

But no one pays heed

And tall grows the weed


Polluting the air

Polluting the sea

Oh how careless

Can a human being be?


There are many climate changes

Ice melts on the ranges

Thunberg cries her heart out

But does she retain her clout?


Forests have been hacked

For foresight we have lacked

The weather now plays games

And at our frailty aims


Diesel fouls the air

But do we ever care

Lets think about the morrow

And time, to repair, borrow.


Remember to have less meat

In the food you buy and eat

Energy should be renewable

For earth to become stable


Reduce your water waste

Let’s now act with haste

Speak up, make a pact

To save the earth, do act


Climate changes are seen

So let’s make our air more clean

Let us resolve to care

Or the grim consequences, bear


Unless we now act fast

The loss will soon be vast

Disasters will keep looming

And we will be left fuming


So let us pledge today

To full attention pay

To revive our lovely land

By working hand in hand.






  • Author: NafisaSB (Offline Offline)
  • Published: July 25th, 2021 01:34
  • Comment from author about the poem: if we want to have a tomorrow, we need to discipline ourselves today
  • Category: Nature
  • Views: 24
  • Users favorite of this poem: Accidental Poet, Jayasree.


  • Joseph

    Like your comment as well. For me, I hope people would even just stop littering.

  • Accidental Poet

    A subject I myself have written of. So sad that some refuse to see the writing on the wall. Well penned SB

  • NafisaSB

    thanks to each of you for the motivational messages.. Appreciate it..

  • Doggerel Dave

    You cover a lot of ground there, Nafisa, a comprehensive catalogue of humankind's errors well written. A terrible worry as both good and and not so people and animal species plus vegetation are all going to suffer....

    • NafisaSB

      sad but true
      have a good day, and let us contribute our mite in any which way we can

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