Tag Archives: litter

First, Me

I pass a candy wrapper on the ground and complain the world is polluted, fight with my friend, then say the world knows no peace, multiply this by seven billion people and you will not wonder why the world is … Continue reading

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Mind of God

The universe is but the mind of God, each minute detail, magnificent and Divine. Yet we live in a whirlwind of debris scattered across McDonald’s parking lots, Earth’s dandruff rather than caretaker.

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More Litter

L ost pride I ndifference T angled lives T ruth hidden E very where there is litter. R ules sleeping souls

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Empty Lot

On the corner sits an empty lot, home to children at play, wind blown trash, scurrying mice, lovers at night embracing in moon cast shadows and fairy dust pathways. Why does this lot stand empty in a city filled to … Continue reading

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Litter

Litter Dropped everywhere Spoiling the Earth Man’s dandruff Indifference

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