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Poem Details | by Blake Holland |
Categories: addiction, adventure, allusion, anger, art, child, childhood, children, community, corruption, crazy, dark, death, deep, depression, desire, evil, fantasy, fear, freedom, future, gothic, grave, grief, imagination, lust, murder, pain, pollution, poverty, power, sad love, science, society, spiritual, spoken word, visionary,

The Future Starts Here

The innocence is transfusing
and overturning 
the goat skin drums
children of the mills,
children of the junkyard,
and savaging
and we keep filling them with
mercury, nitrate, espestice, baby bombs
blasted out of their shaved heads
and foraging

Poem Details | by Matthew Lang |
Categories: abuse, age, business, corruption, environment, pollution, sad love,

Dead City

Calculations of grief take stock in the supermarket pavement
midnight streets first impression to the concrete placement
black recycled oil stains painting with wires tired and lazy
contained by the curves a labyrinth never ceasing to amaze me
lights like traffic dividing and conquering political geometry
Swamping gutters that clutter to find thicker narrow cholesterol flow
her chambers revolving inconsistent choking the pollution control
grinding and teething on the construction houses like shallow holes
where the ghost engage in masquerades of timeless music searching for a soul
I once was a member of the census proudly standing above the cellars below
now I cringe hidden in the chimneys  industrial disaster of the acid bath
Our hearts no longer echo off the gravity now rusted by the aftermath
tomorrow I know how sad ill look back at the present auctioned  to the past
I could of done better had I convinced my heart sooner than last
But like lovers who waited too long in the snow I over endulged arrogantly masked
Defeated and broken by the machines of the cold driven under by the murderous frost
In a dead city buried alive haunting  progress unforgiven like always and completely lost

Poem Details | by YASEMIN BALANDI |
Categories: art, love, planet, political, pollution, world,


Murderous methods of medieval minds
Continue to pollute the political landscape of our planet
Vitriol nests in the hearts' of greedy politicians
Keep the common-folk ignorant
And poor
We shall rule
Goes the anthem of the ruling class
Corruption ensues
A common practice
Both in the developing world
And other lands
Year 2016
The common assumption was
That enlightenment was extrapolated
How wrong were we the enlightened
The light does not emit in linear rays
But bends and gets distorted liked fluid in a  vortex
Our time will come again
Therefore, we shall protest
Until we reclaim what is left good of this planet.

Poem Details | by Uros Smudja |
Categories: depression, lost love, moon,

Light Pollution

Right now I feel like
Light pollution is just a bad excuse
For not being able to see stars
In somebody else's eyes

And I don't get the point
Of kissing in moonlight
If I wanted to see nothing and feel you close
I'd close my eyes

And I hope I choke
On my breath and spit
Because that's better than choking
On memories of you and me

Poem Details | by Arlene Smith |
Categories: animal, love, moon, nature, pollution,

Mother Nature

She begins to swoon when Timberwolves croon
a lost lovers tune to their goddess moon.
When a handsome loon begs his mate to spoon
in late afternoon, she blushes maroon.
One day very soon, she'll burst our balloon
for poisons we've strewn, which nothing's immune.
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Poem Details | by Poetryof Providence |
Categories: allegory, dedication, devotion, faith, health, life, love, natural disasters, nature, philosophy, religion, science, visionary, nature, body, earth, nature,


Acid has become our rain
and oceans with mercury do we stain
dioxin lies beneath our ground
in everything toxic materials be found
E-coli is used to alter genes in food
where recombinant DNA is understood
heavy metals do the population addle
as the health industry lose continuing battle
With the law makers do the inhabitants contend
and a wealthy man can the laws amend
documented information on man's pollution
yet nobody seems to have a solution
Programs that show if man were to die
nature herself would repurify
at 300 years would be the retaking
of only a portion of what mankind is making
Desecration upon desecration upon the land
mankind destroys himself with his own hand
no amount of law can change our ways
our own nature fallen since ancient of days
Scientists who study regeneration
pursue this path with great fascination
they know that the body should heal itself
but understand not sin and it's stealth
Deserts now stand where nature did blossom
the amount of the damage is beyond awesome
ground waters filled with pesticide
about it's effects have governments lied
Asbestos and arsenic and lead just a few
adversely affect the body nothing new
tons upon tons of toxins released to our air
and only for wealth do manufacturers care
Seabirds and mammals die from plastic trash
the production of garbage for making of cash
forest and savannahs are being depleted
in soil degradation are crops being seeded
With love for our earth the concerned have their say
but the pursuers of wealth do get their way
the destroyers of earth with God will clash
but this system of things will Jesus dash
sources Gen6:11 Eze.9:1-6 Matt6:24
Luke 16:13 Revelation 11:18
reading and study of science
COPYRIGHT © 2010 CMichael Miller
via Duboff Law Group LLC

Poem Details | by Winged Warrior |
Categories: death, lost love, passion, pollution,

Warning-Poisoned by Love

                                             Dissolving death
                                     thru passionate eyes, I take
                               one last breath before the guilty guise,
                           buried alive before skies of grey, entombed
                          immortal in loves betrayI drank the elixir of
                          liquid desire, imprisoned by love with tangled 
                           wire, I fell from Olympus a god in exile, as I
                            look for an escape resistance is futileI am
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Poem Details | by Subimal Sinha-Roy |
Categories: analogy, heart, love, pollution, water,

Polluted Heart

Thirsty soil parches in scorching summer Sucks liquid crystal drops of sparkling rain Stores in deep aquifer pure groundwater Brought to surface, pure it doesn’t remain From humans contaminants it obtains. Lone heart freezes in the dark of winter Blooms in joy when colors of spring enter Weaves tapestry of pristine love within Abused by black mist of lust it welters In polluted heart love stops to flow clean.
April 1, 2018 Syllable count: 10 each line Rhyme : ababb ccdcd

Poem Details | by Khazamula Mhlongo |
Categories: black african american, humanity, lost, love, perspective, planet, pollution,

Just A Sonnet IX

Not adequate soldiers to fight for tomorrow
There halt evil minded men who forethought of the past only
Ears agaze the voice strikes like lightning borrow
Chains on hands money credits downpress a man lonely
Freedom a black man cried for he received free doom
Breathless trees deforested air not tasty
A mosquito he became flip flapping out of the room
Hands of time chase him he remains shunning hasty
Call it the survival of the fittest in the jungle
Can he reign in romans' empire with luscious?
Poison in the air inhaled souls fisticuffs in the royal rumble
Will then men be redolent they swingeing unrighteous
Heart glazed and glittering with pain this a no more dream 
The light is unseen there exist scathe to the ultralight beam

Poem Details | by Mick Talbot |
Categories: pollution, weather,

I'd Love To Meet You Both

I'd Love To Meet You Both ****************** The topics you have mentioned all relevant, still to this day. It's like I know your husband, for I too, know just what to say! You didn't mention world pollution, especially microplastic Are you in denial of a situation, which has now turned to drastic? Plastic pollution, yes, and scientists are now finding drugs, Not just illegal ones, category 'C', fly-tipped by well-meaning mugs. Love to meet your husband, hear what he has to say! Sadly words mean nothing if all the problems won't go away! I know for I have made it known, my words most succinct! For we must stop polluting or we really will become extinct! Mother Nature's issuing warnings that the weather will get worse. Climate warming is happening and it's not some silly curse. Climate change, totally different, nowt to do with waste pollution. that's affecting climate warming, recycling, definitely a solution Climate change that's caused by the planet tilting on its axis. Sunsets I have noticed moved, on the weather it has placed, yes, taxes! So yes, I would like to meet your husband and you, if you agree, For, I must confess, your poetry has always delighted me! Reference your husband, I'd like to hear what he has to say on hell, For if you take a look around you, were nearly there as well! El Niño, it, he, she, has moved toward the northern hemisphere, Temperatures will soar, and many lands it will burn lay bear. This is natures way, a warning, to recycle all our waste! El Niño is opening the doors to hell and it is just a little taste. I hope you're not finding it boring what I have written about, In a book, it should be published, perhaps there it will have more clout. Well, Pam, I think an apology I am owing you for my little rant, Sorry, but like your husband, I just had to add another slant.

Poem Details | by Mick Talbot |
Categories: anger, care, love, pollution,

Shout Poetry 'Shout' - SHOUT IT OUT

"SHOUT full on, make it known, that polluting is wrong, it kills life"! "DON'T pollute, it can kill, chemically, mechanically"! ~~~~~~~~~~~~ "SHOUT, feelings, my true love, listen, will you become my whole life"? ----- "SHOUT! Make them hear your words! ask all to help save the dying world"! ----- "SHOUT it out! war won't win! peace comes with love, goodwill, empathy"! ----- "SHOUT your rights, nature does, righting our wrongs! come on, don't give in"! ----- "SHOUT, let it be known, life, it all has rights. their own destinies"!

Poem Details | by Mick Talbot |
Categories: nature, pollution,


Forever joy, their company, my true love and mother nature, a love triangle, true rapture. The truth, this is no fantasy. You, me, nature, pure bliss, such joy! Nature, our guide, her choice, her ploy. We take her hand, holding tightly! The sights we see, the things we learn, we thank her, but we feel her burn! Both feeling her concern, truly! Pollution an unsightly mess, we felt guilty, we must confess! She smiled, put us at ease, kindly! Like we inadvertently did, we would never try, her to kid! Forever joy their company, the truth this is no fantasy! We take her hand, holding tightly! Both feeling her concern, truly! She smiled, put us at ease, kindly!
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