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The 2014 theme for World Environment Day focuses on 'Small Islands and Climate Change', the official slogan for the year 2014 is 'Raise Your Voice Not The Sea Level'.
I wrote this poem for the World Environment Day special issue of 'Reflection W&R Mag' an online magazine. It got published in...
By Caitlin Wind
In a dystopian world where government does as pleased, a great illness has swept over a rural town. A mother and child attempt to live out life as usual, but come under increasing pressure.
By Innovative Whale
My image of the future. WORK IN PROGRESS
Should plastic bags be banned from grocery stores?
By Topcat Genius
This is a poem which is about what the world and how polluted it is and how bad it could be if we don't stop.
The Life on Earth
Poetry | Updated Dec 28, 2013 | Reads: 51 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 9
Thoughts on nature
Our planet is dying and we are the only ones who can help it!!!!!
Miscellaneous | Updated Oct 16, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Gabriel Boutros
A dystopian vision of the not so distant future. The War on Terror continues unabated, and North America's Muslim population has been rounded up and settled in huge internment camps. Climate change has been ignored until the very air we breathe has become poisonous. A militaristic administration...
By Mentis Cibum
It is about the ruler of the seas, who curses the children of the most powerful man on earth. The ruler is angry that its kingdom has been destroyed by man's pollution and steals the children to make a difference. For Peyton Kirby's
A look at how pollution changes your life.
Essay | Updated Aug 18, 2013 | Reads: 192 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The air pollution was so bad around a Hindu temple, God has to incarnate to protect himself from the pollution.
By Sahar Ahmad
This poem tells us about the difference between past and present caused by pollution.
Poetry | Updated Jun 29, 2013 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 4
first rhyming poem I've done in a while.
By Isabel Monday
Well Ive been watching people that inform me of E no's in food etc and so this piece is slightly hypocritical :-) and funny , no offense to smokers.