Factories Will Rule The World – Simeon Filipov

We mustn’t radiate, let hate propagate and our trees decapitate

Simeon Filipov, 14. I am passionate about climate change. I want to share my views, inspire the masses and motivate change and salvation. Through poetry, I can express my views and dedication, and I aspire for my work to be an inspiration, to spark the thought that there is survival still on offer so let’s forget intergalactic migration)

Factories Will Rule The World

They tell me it is too late

They tell me that we have to accept our fate

And I say, why are you taking the bait?

There is no point to underestimate

Yes, our extinction we accelerate

Because to me, ourselves we asphyxiate

There is no need for Mother to irritate

We mustn’t radiate, let hate propagate and our trees decapitate

We must cooperate, educate and salvation motivate

It is still a clean slate

And to the moon, I wouldn’t want to emigrate

Because between me and you, global annihilation wasn’t deliberate

Globally we must communicate and a simple solution we can’t cultivate

Or do you need me to translate

STOP POLLUTING OUR BEAUTIFUL EARTH IF A SUSTAINABLE SOLUTION YOU CAN’T FORMULATE

It is never too late. We are a unified nation so let’s save the universe’s most beautiful creation

For normality to return will take dedication. so let’s not take survival out of the equation

Simeon Filipov, 14

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