Protecting the Environment for Future Generations


We protect our own health when we protect the trees

They are not just homes for the birds and the bees

They help us to have good quality air to breathe and fruits to eat

But they are destroyed by those who offer only deceit

Trees could be replanted and more persons could be paid

In the future will people see a barren earth as a mistake that was made

Will feeling sorry help anyone

When all the trees are gone

Replanting trees is something governments should make laws about

How will future generation live and find ways to have clean air and know what life is all about

The persons who only think of creating more wealth

Will one day realize that all the money in the world cannot buy health

Why ruin the planet so you can leave destruction behind

Mother Earth deserves better treatment, she has always…

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A Creative Writer who is an Author and Lyricist, you'll like my e books and my fiverr gigs. This is my site... Take a look at the fantastic project for the children and the environment. More books are being published for the children so they will be aware of the many things they can learn about protecting the environment each day. A lot is being done for environmental protection Awareness in the best way right here.

2 thoughts on “Protecting the Environment for Future Generations

  1. Good post. People do not appreciate the trees enough. When I moved into my home 28 years ago, there were two trees. Now there are 9 and a host of shrubs and bushes. I had to cut a couple down due to disease, but I plan to add a couple this year. In our Rockies, the mountain pine beetle has decimated our forests. I hope these forests can be replanted and grow while I am here to see it. Happy Easter Denise. Allan

    1. Happy Easter to you too Allan, they seem to think that trees take a long time to grow so it makes no sense to replant them, or they assume that they will grow by themselves and then we have deforestation and still nothing changes… Glad you like trees, I hope things will change eventually

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