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To my friends’ children,

We can farm food now!
Leads to population growth.
Still manageable

Industrialize!
The message that kicks it off
Still under control

Revolutionize!
The great Acceleration
Anthropocene starts

Rising CO2
Extinction of great species
At the threshold now

Scarcity and death?
Or great collaboration?
We have the power

Power to stand up
We must exercise this right
To save our children

Trees regrow their leaves
Flowers come back at springtime
Bears leave their darkness

Humans must survive
We must listen to Nature
Save our true teachers

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