Permit me a sec before reading this piece.
I am pained to see the world destroy green life, I feel the grieve of these wonderful creatures, I feel even worse knowing I might not be able to save all the trees from the cruelty of my own kind. You all know that the trees are our best companion on Earth. Destroying them for some purposes, both reasonable and unreasonable can be our own undoing. These trees supply us with our very own air of vitality (oxygen), so please can we imagine a world without trees and say no to injustice meted on this fair companions of ours? I am taking this time to write this piece in dedication to all trees and green life, to all who see the need to protect trees and make efforts to save them.
Can you see the green leaves fall
When the tree logs fell,
Behind your window or right in your garden,
By the side of your garage or on the park nearby?
The leaves fall quietly from the trees
They fall solemnly, quietly
Swinging from a branch to another
Not discerning why it had to fell
Not discerning the fault of the real world
But admiring the darkening world
And sharing in her downfall a tear
But a falling tree leaf never signify our downfall
But what will a million tree leaves look like
When they fall from the skies,
Happily admiring the dark Earth
Which we live, love and crave?
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