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The Earth Day Poem
by Amber V Moonstone
Thursday, April 10, 2008
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Earth Day is April 22, 2008, Please do your part to conserve and help to save our planet, Earth!

Earth Day is approaching.  It is a day to celebrate our planet and to do our part to conserve resources and save endangered species.  If each human being vowed to take part in this mission, in just a few short years
we would see a huge change:


"The Earth Day Poem"

by Amber "V" Moonstone 4/10/08


Our forests are dying,
Our lakes are drying,
Mother Earth is crying,
and we must start trying!

Trying to save our Earth
giving back what it's worth,
toward a new day of

Join the millions of people world wide,
to begin to live with pride,
while waste begins to subside,
and conservation is taken in stride.

Use paper, not plastic bags,
Recycle clothing to use as rags,
Re-do, repair, re-dream,
Don't buy new, buy green!

Walk or share a ride,
Conserve water town wide,
read a book, or play a game,
Live in peace without shame.

We must begin today,
there is no time to delay,
Mother Earth is needing you to pray,

On This 2008, Earth Day!

authors notes:  I have been asked to speak to elementary students at Jeffrey Elementary School in Madison, CT on Earth Day.  This poem is dedicated to all the students and their efforts to make our planet a place to live for generations to come!

Peace, love, and light,

Amber "Vivianna" Moonstone



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Reviewed by Veronica Hosking 4/18/2008
As part of your speaking will you recite this wonderful poem?
Reviewed by Michael Guy 4/17/2008
I'm for it - and to get the next generation of kids back to being aware of the burden we put on Nature at times. But what we really need are better gas mileage cars and trucks... and the end of 3-5 car and truck households (unles they are hybrids or something)
I hope to check out your new website later today....
Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury 4/15/2008
Well said. We live on a beautiful planet.
Reviewed by William Haynes 4/13/2008
There truly isn't any time to wait.
Reviewed by jude forese 4/12/2008
an insightful poem for a much worthy cause ...
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 4/12/2008
AWESOME! AWESOME! Constructed WELL Thought out POEM Amber!
and the kids are lucky to to be able to hear you out! I HOPE you do it!They all need you, as we do!
Love this treasured poem!
WE turned down the HOT water on our heater too, and only use water early mornings before 9:00A.
This poem was written beautifully and with stark naked honesty!
HOpe it's Put UP! for all to see and read! I mean FRAMED for the SCHOOL somewhere!
GREAT job expressing the TRUTH, EARTH DAY is our day, let us show it OUR WAY that we CARE for our EARTH's display!
To me everyday is earth day in the mind, who is not blind!
Write ON!
Warmest Blessings and Inner Peace, Warrior Purple Lady Shexooo

Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 4/11/2008
A big head up Amber, now if only a few billion more would listen and take heed of the warnings this earth of ours could remain beautiful and pristine as God meant for it to....

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 4/11/2008
awesome Amber,, to speak to the children makes a life long difference... Thanks for bringing us this much needed poem!
Love, Christine
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 4/11/2008
A excellent poem Amber!
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 4/11/2008
Vivianna "V"
Oh What A Honor & A Treat To Impress Onto the Impressionable Minds Of Our Future..the Children!!
I Know With Confidence That You Will Bless Them With Impactual Awareness In Their Learning About Our Mother Earth!!
I Also Hope They Write You Some Poetry That you Could Maybe Share With Us!
Embraced ~ Embrassť
Love & Hugs

psssst...I Love Your New Poetry Site!!
It's Very Professional & Beautiful!
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 4/11/2008
Dear Amber, not for rain on your parade, but I hope that on Earth's Day she will have something to celebrate or be buried under the trash that covers all of Napoli (Italy)

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/11/2008
Our forests are dying,
Our lakes are drying,
Mother Earth is crying,
and we must start trying!

How very sadly and horribly true, Amber; and how very far we have to go. I hope many heed this message.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 4/11/2008
A insightful poem with some good suggestions.
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 4/11/2008
Your poem is beautiful and a reminder to us all that we are the 'grandfathers' of the fate of this country and our children, their children, and HOPEFULLY generations to come. I wish we oould call "Earth Day" "Earth Life" for indeed, we are trying to save the life of the earth.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/11/2008
I have seen so much changed in my fifty plus years and though there is still a long way to go, I have seen a steady improvment being brought about by children and I wish you luck in your presentation cause that I believe is where it must start...

Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 4/10/2008
good for you on all counts--love the write

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