From Past to Present


Savannas to tundras, as distant it can be,
Life here is full of many things to see

Endless water pathways wind up in a colossal ocean,
Trailing behind a school of fish slowly in motion
With a place to strive and a place to thrive,
It showers us with great delight

Long back as far as we can travel,
The world was nothing, but a piece of gravel
She, the holy mother, who all started from a sphere,
Revoluted steadily life without changing its gears

Now, we all known as ancestors of chimpanzees,
Are pleased to call our home Earth,
Which was, and will eternally be

Our duty is to preserve our land,
Which once used to be completely bland,
Our mother, also Gaea, needs love from us
Go green! Make green! Ever green!

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