Happy and Free poem by Iris Carden
Wanda the whale wandered the sea. A whale's life is happy and free. Wanda would swim Wanda would sing She had no care about anything. A gigantic beast, smaller beasts on board, followed her a while, and made her scared. The beast was so loud, she was disturbed, Her lovely whale song couldn't be heard. She decided then to avoid such beasts. But as problems go, it wasn't the least. Swimming the Pacific she stopped to stare at an island of rubbish that shouldn't be there. Wander then wondered about all that mess. It was just wrong and caused her distress. Wanda the whale still wandered the sea. Because of humans, no longer happy.
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hopefully people will become less selfish with the environement that we are meant to share, but we have a long way to go. thanks for this poem 🙂
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We certainly do have a very long way to go, but hopefully we can learn to do better.
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