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In the millennium’s first dozen years,

they say we’re headed for a tipping point --

a disastrous sum of many fears

when Nature herself will crash and disjoint.


It’s not the Mayan calendar that’s cause,

nor the Sun’s circumstantial alignment,

but our careless consumption without pause

and our uncontrolled wholesale consignment.


Our survival’s not a dress rehearsal.

We are fast approaching the precipice

where it will be too late for reversal.

Earth’s ecosystem hangs over the abyss.


If you’re reading this and claim you don’t care,

we don't need to wait; we’re already there.

Created: Feb 25, 2014

Tags: pollution, ecology, metered, survival, poetry

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