Today is Earth Day and I hope you are going to celebrate it wholeheartedly with your kids and friends. We only have one earth and we must be good stewards of it and treat it with tender loving care. Let's make an effort to work together (worldwide) to save our beloved planet so our children and grandchildren can enjoy such a wondrous and beautiful place for generations to come. A very happy Earth Day to you and yours!
Unwrapping a poem for you to enjoy...
Questions To Ask The World
(Earth Day, April 22)
Earth, if you get bumped by Moon,
Will it burst our blue balloon?
Sun, if you and Moon collide,
Who will turn the evening tide?
Moon, when you eclipse the Sun,
How can Noon have any fun?
Sky, if Rainbow paints the air . . .,
Rain, when showers thin to mist,
How will Thunder shake his fist?
Ocean, if you turn to salt,
Will you say the Sun’s at fault?
Ocean, will you ever roar,
What was all this beauty for?
Sky, when you unbucket Snow,
Is it time for mistletoe?
Snow, when you are falling hard,
May I angel-wing the yard?
Dark, when you turn off the Day,
I am sleepy anyway.
Night, if you cry, Go ahead,
Will Moon tuck me into bed?
Cloud, if you begin to weep,
Will Night rock me back to sleep?
© J. Patrick Lewis. All rights reserved.
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