“Save the Planet”



Nature holds secrets unknown

To decipher it is a challenge of its own

Who would think the sand from ‘Sahara’

Will find its way to the ‘Amazone’

Heat at the ‘Equator’

Would make the ‘Trade winds’ blow

Water currents of the ‘Pacific

Will heat and cool the earth you know

A depression here and a depression there

Will make the rains move everywhere


 Tend our ‘Planet‘ with love and care

‘Chaos Theory’ says

“Little changes here and there

Can cause the people lot of woes”

 The ‘Butterfly effect’ is there to hold


May our deeds be sacred so

 To save the ‘Planet’ and keep it whole

 For our children when we go




  • Author: Gitanjali (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 5th, 2022 23:31
  • Comment from author about the poem: World Environment day prompted me to post this poem
  • Category: Nature
  • Views: 29
  • Users favorite of this poem: L. B. Mek
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  • Goldfinch60

    True words Githanjali, the world can be saved if only those in power do something about it instead of just making sure they are OK.


    • Thekkinkkattil

      People in power alone cannot do everything I believe each one of us can do our little like reducing use of plastic.Planting trees

    • L. B. Mek

      'Would make the ‘Trade winds’ blow'
      (what a knowledgeable mind
      with which you choose to weave
      your poetry's, Brevity
      and share with us, dear Poet)
      between humanity's, fallible
      'trade winds'
      and those equator and tropical
      our foreshadowed future's, fate
      of Nature's weathered, restraint
      is revealed, awaiting to be distilled
      and forewarning, us all
      of those consequences, in each
      oil spill of indifference
      and planted, seeds
      of conscientiousness
      that duality in our, fallible
      (Wednesday 8th of June
      is world ocean day, fyi)

    • Thekkinkkattil

      Thanks for the reminder and the compliment AP.

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