Hope there will be no more droughts,
And no more pollution with which we fought,
Regarding every human should be taught,
Ensuring that we uniformly follow these thoughts.

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Future Message to Earth,

FUTURE MESSAGE TO EARTH
Our Birth,
Our Death,
Our Worth,
On you dear Earth.

Keeping you clean is our aim,
We all are neither a lame,
Nor playing a game,
Ensuring that noone will get blame.

Hope your sustainability will rise,
In which none of being will criticise.
Keeping in mind our requirement size,
Every decision must be so wise.

Hope there will be no more droughts,
And no more pollution with which we fought,
Regarding every human should be taught,
Ensuring that we uniformly follow these thoughts.

-Sahaj Sabharwal

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