Poem #11: Future's Hero
Climate change is a buzzword in current topics and has been for a while and I guess I'm ready to say my piece. I firmly believe that individual households, especially in the U.S., can have a dramatic impact on whether we avert crisis. I'm the person at work who will turn off the sink you left running behind you when you walked over to the other cupboard to get a glass. I will shut the fridge door on you if you walked away to deal with your food "real quick" before putting the container back. I wonder about people who continue to buy bottled water after so many science-backed resources have campaigned to get the word out that plastic bottled water has so many ills. Have they just missed all the announcements somehow? Or are they willfully destroying the future of their children, nephews, or nieces? I know I can do my part better too, which is why today's poem is a reminder that what we do now, the imprint we make in this minute, is crafting the tomorrow of the little ones we love.
For Earth -
8/18/2021 12:42:47 pm
Denim jeans have been in vogue for the young girls since decades and continue to be in fashion even today. However, a number of new western dresses are in fashion these days. Girls are seen wearing skirts, spaghetti tops, shorts, short dresses, ripped T-shirts, crop tops, off shoulders and a lot of other stuff. Different kinds of T-shirts and dresses with different cuts and designs come in fashion from time to time and the market is flooded with the same.
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Creative enthusiast, gregarious naturalist, opinionated humanist, MBA, RYT 200. Amy Kay Czechowicz completed a poetry challenge for 2018 and 2020 by posting an original poem daily to this blog. She's started a Patreon for 2023 where you can find her more recent work!