a poem by Rowan Walter

Go away.

Just go away now.

That is what the animals in the war zone

are all thinking,

saying, practically screaming

at the soldiers.

The wildlife: ground, trees, sky,

hate wars with a passion.

It dries the ground,

the toxic fumes

kill trees and animals.

The bombs blow up everything.

The animal families are in despair:

Stop hurting our land,

our earth, our home.

Please just leave,

you are killing us and everything.



Rowan Walter is a 12 year old sixth grader at Vancouver School of Arts and Academics. She loves Literary art and all Visual arts. She goes to the Michael Servetus Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, where she is learning about world religions, social justice, and caring for the earth.

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