Pollution stories, books, poems, and more

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I am from France, however, I am a University student studying International Hotel Management in Bangkok, Thailand. I am graduating really soon, I was really interested in the cruise ship industry which brought me to write this really interesting research paper. it is divided into three main points. Read More
a poem on environmental awareness Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 23, 2019

So much pollution and dust all around, we hate it but ignore cleaning up our own mess Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 07, 2018

Reads: 91

Comments: 1

The Free Verse Poetry House

With all our sentient ability, vacuuming our atmosphere of progress-enhanced toxicity remains a challenge, save for those who only see progress, blind to the suffocating costs designed for greed’s perpetuity. (Image from etsy) Read More

Tags: pollution

This poem was originally in German, but has been translated to English. Read More

Tags: earth, pollution

Poem / Poetry

August 09, 2017

Reads: 238

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

Another one from Poetry class--one of my only trochaic pieces (I don't own the picture) Read More
In our very own survival, there are sacrifices involved that gets easily overlooked. This story is about how every living creature has its own struggles, own family and the desire to live just like how we humans do. Read More
Talking about Climate Change.... Read More

Poem / Other

September 20, 2016

Aquatic Scourge is a poem depicting what damage man is inflicting upon our oceans Read More
Three friends must live in a post apocalyptic world 100 years after incidents of pollution left the world to fend for itself. Read More

Reads: 270

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

This poem has a similar meaning as my haiku "Filthy Destruction." This poem is in free verse. Read More
A short poem I wrote while riding the train into the city. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 29, 2014

A quick poem to describe what we have done to our planet. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 11, 2014

Reads: 320

Comments: 4

The Booksie Classic House

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… Read More
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. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 28, 2013

Reads: 352

Comments: 9

The Booksie Classic House

The Life on Earth Read More
Our planet is dying and we are the only ones who can help it!!!!! Read More

Book / Other

September 22, 2013

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 clamps down on… Read More
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 "Twisted Children Short Story Contest." Read More
The air pollution was so bad around a Hindu temple, God has to incarnate to protect himself from the pollution. Read More
first rhyming poem I've done in a while. Read More
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. Read More
This was a hard poem to write as I was trying to write a parody of the daffodils by wordsworth but with fridges. I even went to the trouble of looking for fridges.. I had the amazing priviledge of reading this poem at the great masters house in the lake… Read More
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