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Water Pollution


What's the price of progress

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Jackarrie
 
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Hi Joe
This is a clever 5-7-5poem, about water pollution, in many cases the waters are so polluted that it is dangerous. your satori line sums it all up. Well done. Mary


 Comment Written 12-Aug-2015



reply by the author on 12-Aug-2015
    Thank you. It sometimes feels like the more we progress, the further we fall back and destroy some things that were here before us and will definitely outlast us v
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Michael Ludwinder
 
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I thought this was a very creative poem. I like the twist with the final line in the poem. Really makes you think. Great job with so few words!


 Comment Written 11-Aug-2015



reply by the author on 11-Aug-2015
    Thank you very much. I like the haiku format but sometimes feel it is the easy way out.
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Brilliant and so fitting. It reminds me of a new story I heard today about how the EPA was visiting and messing around in Colorado in an abandoned mine and inadvertently released a lot of toxic metal into the river, turning it orange as it spread further an further out of Colorado and into New Mexico. You timing is perfect, my friend. LOL Great job. Bruce.


 Comment Written 11-Aug-2015



reply by the author on 11-Aug-2015
    High praise from you, thank you my friend. That spill prompted this piece. I like the song Red River, but Orange River!
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