detritus in waves

detritus in wavesdetritus in waves
disregarding true beauty
man spoiling nature
turning the tide with sadness
emotions moving the Earth

Frank Tassone’s #Haikai Challenge #30: Earth

Image source: NASA

National/Global Poetry Writing Month ~ Day 25
NaPoWriMo 2018

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24 thoughts on “detritus in waves

  1. Well written. Grounding daily – even when it’s cold – my bare feet hit the Earth, the grass, the snow, the midnight air, and I find ‘home’. Glad you shared this poem. Zander

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  3. I’m as close to nature as I’m going to get and still have lights at the flick of a switch and water at the turn of a tap (else I’ll starve)! That said, it’s a near daily battle to keep people aware of the impact. Broken glass, garbage all where people are but the further one walks the less it gets.

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