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The Universe's Daughter

JASKEERAT KAUR GILL

 

 

 





The universe's daughter
has something to utter,
"I'm feeling hotter,
I need water.

My skin is cracking,
I'm lacking.
Please! Stop this torcher,
I'm feeling hotter,
I need water.

I was so charming,
Before Global Warming.
I'm alarming,
Life's getting shorter,
I'm feeling hotter,
I need water.

Clouds are raining acid,
Ozone depletion is rapid.
Polluted is my air,
That's not fair.
Doesn't it matter?
I'm feeling hotter,
I need water.

My glaciers would melt first,
Then my clouds would burst,
To quench my thirst.
And I won't bother.
I'm feeling hotter,
I need water.

But there's a simple hack,
To get your life on track,
Plant trees more and more,
Problem would be vanished for sure.
Let sparrows flutter,
Stop your cutter,
I'm feeling hotter,
I need water!"



Jaskeerat Kaur Gill (22) is an MSc student in Ferozepur City, Punjab.

June 12, 2017
 

Conversation about this article

1: Harinder Singh (Pune, India), June 12, 2017, 8:44 PM.

20% of all land in all geographical areas should be earmarked for forests, be it village, city, metropolis, state or nation. All of us in our life time need to plant at least 50 trees each.

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