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Pollution Poems

Pollution Poems. Read and share great examples of poetry about pollution. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for pollution.

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Gods world
God is calling all the angels and his calling out your name 
His a good god please believe us it’s the devil his insane 
We’re on a journey of evolution where the demons and devil is gone
No more poison or...Read More
Categories: pollution, god,
Form: Lyric



What I imagine Blake might have said today
We behold thy gardens fair.
Say, to what do they compare?
And yet thy airs of fire and fume
have filled the world with noise of doom.
The sceptered isle that Shakespeare saw,
or Satan's realm by Milton's lore?
Jerusalem or Babylon,
Say, which art thou, Albion?
...Read More
Categories: pollution, bible, earth, england,
Form: Rhyme
If I Was God
If I was God
I'd be angry with the world
I'd be angry with Christians
Because I told them 

How to overcome the world's problems
first they were to go out into the world
and become fishers of men
then they were to teach them ...Read More
Categories: pollution, inspiration, international,
Form: Narrative
the Roma tribe
The Roma

I can’t stop thinking of the Roma people
There are many of them in Algarve,
Horse and cart to the annoyance of car drivers.
Horse manure their only pollution.

When a bank goes belly up, you can’t sue them
For misusing your deposit.

When all...Read More
Categories: pollution, absence, appreciation, beautiful, blessing,
Form: Blank verse
Making
There's something about pollution
that makes you think you belong
Perhaps it's nature's fart
Or maybe other's told you
bare sick winds for their art

There's something about a sick wind
that makes you want to fart
Perhaps it's nature's randy
Or perhaps; for making blart
...Read More
Categories: analogy, jobs, pollution,
Form: Quatrain



You Can do anything
I'm sixty years old 
tomorrow is not Guaranteed
if I live for another twenty 
or thirty years I'd be doing well

In thirty years 
when I die 
the world will not 
matter to Me '

I'll be gone 
no more wages
no need for...Read More
Categories: pollution, inspiration, international,
Form: Narrative
Cityscape
Skyscrapers due to migration of folks
From villages and hamlets in strokes
Vehicular pollution due to crowded roads
Daily increasing are cars and mopeds
Gardens and greeneries like oasis
People smoking while walking
Some are drinking in artistic bars
Promotional pics and hoardings
No serious thought on health
Cities...Read More
Categories: pollution, anger, anxiety, art,
Form: Lyric
Humanity must hustle mach schnell
Humanity must hustle mach schnell -

At warp speed to stave off
further global catastrophe
courtesy portentous tragedy
loosed within Australia
think Pandora's box

harbinger spelling dystopia
across webbed wide world
avast holocaust cremating
irrevocable and irreversible
innocent species, now urgency
of humankind to reckon

eyes crisis endangering all
flora and fauna including
bipedal...Read More
Categories: pollution, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, heartbroken,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Sound Of The Running River
D-elightful sound of the river
E-liminates the torment; 
N-ever ignore the peaceful place, 
Z-one of mind's content.

D-istracting sound of the running plane
E-nhances the noise pollution; 
O-nce the wind gets rugged, 
C-ool breeze is brought to oblivion.
A-pril twelfth warm Wednesday
L-ets you listen...Read More
Categories: pollution, birthday,
Form: Acrostic
CLADESTINE
THE CHIMNEY
The once fine air, refreshens with dust
Between the village horizon and crest
Since the sailing of a death chemical chimney.

Young green plants seedlings growing on slope
Are left to sip these  carcinogenic dusts, sapling
And entwined between vague horror.

A river source,...Read More
Categories: pollution, corruption, death of a friend, depression, emotions,
Form: Prose Poetry
A living soul
A living soul 
Some one tell 
The world am still 
Breathing

Since they chose pollution
Instead of  care 

Some one tell them 
We are still surviving
Since they chose brutality
Over solution

Some tell them the 
World can't change 
With out us 
Since they...Read More
Categories: pollution, africa, confidence, courage, humanity, uplifting,
Form: Epic
Premium Member The new normal
The new normal

Welcome to the new normal in Australia
This land of sweeping plain politicians
In the face of hot and cold situations
Getting hotter and colder
Not just here, but globally

And we supply coal to the world
Lying straight faced about meeting our targets
Well,...Read More
Categories: pollution, weather,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Impeachment Now moves to the Senate
Impeachment Now Moves to the Senate
By Franklin Price
12/19/2019

Impeachment now moves to the Senate
Nancy wants to come along
To control the people in it
Have them sing the House's song

Fair is fair and right is right
The Senate now presides
The House no longer has...Read More
Categories: america, political, pollution, power,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Voting to Impeach
Voting to Impeach 
By Franklin Price
12/18/2019

Voting for impeachment
Of the president today
Is more than just one sided
That's the best that I can say

The Asses in the lower House
Have misused  their greater power
I'm saying this with deep regret
This is not their...Read More
Categories: america, political, pollution,
Form: Rhyme
Alien Telegram

Alert! Alert! Listen and beware!
We have discovered human hardware –
sophisticated telescopic eyes
in the vicinity of our skies –
to detect if other life exists
on our planet. But don’t be fooled by this,
it’s just another of their endeavors
to conquer the universe as...Read More
Categories: pollution, humor,
Form: Light Verse
The poverty of NGO's
Heroes and heroines need to save the world,
on a regular basic to keep the image bold.
They declare that poor people are stupid,
not having the capacity to help themselves included.
Having a barby doll degree in social signs and law,
they know all...Read More
Categories: 10th grade, business, celebrity, pollution,
Form: Ballade
VILLAGES
Villages are true wealth
Of nature and sound health
Full of flora and fauna from
Village we get like a storm
Origin of cottage industry
Art and craft ceramic hosiery
Being a pollution-free abode
Secret to all mystery code
Now how has its status been
A desert barren with...Read More
Categories: pollution, anger, angst, betrayal,
Form: Couplet
Tough Greta Thunberg
A very young Swede
felt a need
to tell the world the truth.
Less today
and gone tomorrow,
it's very plain to see.
Ice caps melt,
polar bears starve
and plastic
we now eat.
Now Greta
may seem
a bit too tough
but it's exactly
what we need,
a cold hard slap
of reality
regardless
of nationality
may cause us
to...Read More
Categories: international, planet, pollution, society,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ambassador of Nature
Ambassador of nature.

Once came to us and said.

Don't harass nature.

Or you will get laid.

We didn't take him seriously.

Thought he was just fake.

The earth started to shatter.

Ambassador showed his effect.

Now, whenever he comes.

We try to make him happy.

But still many questions.

Why...Read More
Categories: culture, earth, feelings, humanity, loss, people, pollution,
Form: Free verse
Greta Thunberg Despises Polluters
Greta Thunberg despises polluters.
Stares with anger from screens of computers.
We have failed the test!
That's why Greta won't rest.
Till we turn into gasless commuters.
...Read More
Categories: humor, humorous, planet, political, pollution,
Form: Limerick
DON'T IGNORE THE NECK
DON’T IGNORE THE NECK
One may not have in mind that 
As we struggle to create convenient ways of survival in comfort
We are stabbing our lives from behind;
We pursue riches and neglect our nature. 
We concentrate on our mind and heart...Read More
Categories: 4th grade, 5th grade, abuse, environment, pollution,
Form: Narrative
A Life Of Leaves
My friend and I were talking about the weather and how it relates to his business. He said, "This time of year, my life is all about leaves".  I said, "That would make a great poem title".  He...Read More
Categories: pollution, america, autumn, business, friendship,
Form: Narrative
Burn
Burn
by Michael R. Burch

for Trump

Sunbathe,
ozone baby,
till your parched skin cracks
in the white-hot flash
of radiation.

Incantation
from your pale parched lips
shall not avail;
you made this hell.
Now burn....Read More
Categories: pollution, earth, environment, fire, future, natural disasters, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Disorganized Religion
As traumatized as I am
by the history of organized elitist creeds,
including religious and judicious,

I am even more terrified
by my experience of disorganized unnatural spirituality,
dissociated bicamerality,
unenchanting mono-laterality,
win/lose egocentrism,
narcissism,
flirting with lose/lose climates of nihilism,
anthropocentric chauvinism,
inhumane unnatural straight white male business as usual...Read More
Categories: pollution, culture, earth, health, humanity, humor, integrity, peace,
Form: Political Verse
My Christmas gift
Dear Santa
It's been a year since I last wrote to you
Meanwhile,
Time, so like a river flow,
Went on its way,
Pulling me and my raft along with it
Causing me to enjoy my ride at times
And nearly drowning me in its currents
At others!

Dear...Read More
Categories: pollution, christmas, strength,
Form: Free verse