CONTRIBUTION · 3rd April 2014
Printed with permission of author
When Enbridge comes, you’ll lock your doors
Fearing things forever more
And walking down the street at night
The smallest sound shall give a fright
Fish in rivers will be no more
Their bodies will litter every shore
Pristine waters, turning to sludge
And once grand trees, falling with a nudge
Beautiful sunsets clouded by smog
All to happen because people who chose to nod
People who chose, money over earth
Realizing to late, the horror to which they gave birth
Destroying a beautiful, quaint little town
For the money which, has brought them down
I am truly impressed......
Comment by Larry Walker on 7th April 2014
Truth comes to us out of the mouths of our young...listen and learn.
An Enbridge Poem - by Lindsay Sylvester
Comment by Rej on 3rd April 2014
Very nice writing.
Well done, Lindsay!
Comment by Chery Willis on 3rd April 2014
Thank you Lindsay for your thoughtful poem - it is nice to see a young lady express such love for the earth!