TROM Poems – Planet Earth


Planet Earth
By Seb Once upon a time, there was
a planet called Earth. A blue marble where life had given birth. It had bacteria, whales and bees, Ants, dinosaurs and monkeys. It had such a diversity of species.
Until it became the land of human entities. Humans were two-legged apes
with nifty fingers. They walked upright and
were oxygen breathers. Not long after they evolved,
the planet had transformed. They filled it with cities,
agriculture and waste. Most other animals were
captive or erased Their population grew
exponentially. So did their abilities
technologically. They discovered that
the Earth was a globe. But they remained divided
with colorful robes. They had emperors,
queens and gods. They had rockets,
computers and jobs. Their biggest threat was themselves.
They fought over resources and wealth. They never stopped killing each other.
There was always an imbalance in power. They had an abundance
of food and stuff. But somehow most humans
never had enough. Everything they did
was traded and sold. Very little was free
and very few were bold. They did leave some traces.
But not much remains over the ages. Even a human knows:
Everything comes and goes. Subtitles by the Amara.org community

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