We live on you you keep us safe
We tear you up we rip your face
You give us food you give us life 
And yet we humans still decide
To burn you down to kill your soul
Our hearts are black like our burning coal
Which we use to carve a hole
Through the thing that we call home
And if we stop it may just do
But if we don't there's no more me 
and no more you

  • Author: Mr,apocalapse (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: April 22nd, 2022 07:55
  • Comment from author about the poem: it's hard to live and not see the effects on the habitat or ecosystem made directly by the actions of us humans. I moved to the woods for about 2 years then I came back to the city and only then did I start noticing the excessive amounts of trash junk everywhere .one other thing I started noticing to the number of homeless people there were always there I just never noticed and this poem is basically my realization put it few words for many to understand.
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  • Rocky Lagou

    Quite the "Earth Day" poem. It's very real. When will this insensitivity stop? I mean after all we're only alive because the Earth is sustaining us, yet we continously harm it. Thank you for raising awareness through your words.

    • MR.apocalypse

      i cant do it alone but I can gather people who are willing to do it together

    • MR.apocalypse

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