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Fading Forest
by Edwin Larson

Tuesday, September 07, 2004
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Bigger Parking lots, fees, bike-paths, foot-paths, etc...Forget about the corporate interests. We're losing our wilderness to so-called 'Forward thinkers'

Miles away from nowhere
there's a place that I love so
A place where rivers still run clean
Auroura Bourealis lights the sky so crisp and clear
and rushes through your soul with intense divinity

As a child I learned its secrets
and climbed high so I could see
The forest, lakes and mountains reaching to eternity

As a teen it was my passion that drove me to see more
Canoeing through the waterways
Of the land that I explored

As a man it called me back once
and many things had changed
They call it 'progress' closing in But that's not its real name

Beautiful and fragile
are the places we destroy
We sterilize the wilderness for the pampered to enjoy

A quickly fading forest . . .
The memories of a boy

Edwin Dante Larson

Copyright 2004 Edwin Dante Larson

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Reviewed by Larry Rochelle 9/7/2004
And all of those gas-guzzling vehicles in the wild snow or jumping hills! What a catastrophe!
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 9/7/2004
we must do all we can to preserve our natural habitat for future generations to enjoy. an all important message in this write; well done, edwin! ;)
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