Collage by Nicole Colucci and Kat Adams – original images from Pixabay
Rivers of plastic flowing Next to the half dead trees. Is this what you think of When you remember me?
The oceans are rising, The floods are pouring, The evidence is there So why do we deny it?
The animals are dying And the grasslands are drying The environment is crashing Why are we not crying?
The polar bear’s ice has melted And frozen in our greedy hearts And yet we’re not concerned about Where our products start.
Rivers of plastic flow Next to the dried up trees. This is not what I want you to think of When you remember me.
Kat is studying Psychology, English and Geography at The Compton Sixth Form. She loves to read and dance to kpop songs in her free time.
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