What happens to things that aren’t wanted?
I wonder what people do to them.
Aren’t the owners undaunted?
By the prospect of the outcome of their foolishness.
They could be thrown away,
On a skip or heap,
Perhaps even to someone’s dismay,
So, what can we do?
I say give them to someone who needs it,
Think about those less fortunate.
You’ve got to admit,
It’s a better solution.
Why make the environment suffer,
When you are the one causing the problem.
This poem was about how people throw objects away when there is still a use for it, even if you cannot see it.
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