tonyv Posted November 16, 2009 Share Posted November 16, 2009 A hole over a pole could really be the worst thing for an atmosphere to bear. A sea, becoming rain, becoming sea, and continental ice to cool the air, seems but a gas. But sun is not much fun, when one considers tenderness of skin, an organ -- it's the body's biggest one -- for even when it's thick, it's much too thin. If diamonds may be used to finance wars, then ask yourself what carbon's really worth. But don't be shocked if sweat comes out your pores in Sydney, "Land Down Under," planet Earth. So, sound alarms by poem and word of mouth. Dear Reader, Clouds are breaking in the south. _______________________________________________________________________________ I must admit that I'm not so concerned with "global warming," even if such a thing exists. In less than a hundred years (thankfully), I'll be dead. So, just for fun, here's a poem which touches on the controversial subject. Quote Here is a link to an index of my works on this site: tonyv's Member Archive topic Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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