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POEM: Summers Past and Present

Updated: Dec 2, 2019

October 9, 2019


The flora, fauna, pure and fair,

Their rad’iant beauty none compare.

This garden e’er since Eden reigns

No more alike shall come again.

The creatures high and low observe

That all of which should we preserve

The seeds we plant, the creatures nursed,

Will grow in land to soon be cursed.

In forests now do fires burn

The human race may never learn

Now everywhere do buildings stand,

So trees and plants have left the land.

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