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I walk in the woods
And I see the beauty
Made by nature
Soon to be lost
For as long man are
Are still doing
What they do now
Then nature will die
In the fire
Of the factories
And all the creatures of nature
Will slowly die
Does who eat plants
Will die first
For when the dark clouds
Of the factories go up
In the air
Sour rain will fall
Upon the earth
And the plants will be poisoned
And the creatures who eat flesh
Shall eat from the deceased corpses
And the pollutionís
Will run through there veins
And they to shall die
And then at last or maybe not
Man
For as long man are still going on
With all the pollutionís
Nature will die
And then the only place
Where nature lives on
Is in our minds and hearts
However that is what I see
Others might only see
Money
Nature shall never be alone
But those who wish to help her
Can be arrested
And the pollutionís
Will still go forth
And so doing
Her anger shall come forth
And the attack on humans
Has began
Though many do not
Realize it has began
Thus as I walk in the woods
I see people throwing cans away
It took us about a 100 years
To pollute the earth
As it is now
Now Iím thinking
How would nature
Be over the next 100 or 200 years as i

Walk in the woods


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S.k


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