Poem about Conserving Energy

06/20/2012 at 10:14 AM 2 comments


The Minimalist


Living minimal, we emerge.

From energy use, must diverge.

Resisting pressure from our peers.

Getting it right, has taken years.


We do not walk, when we can ride.

From extra tasks, you’ll see us hide.

Why take two trips, when one will do.

When asked for help, we’ll fake a flu.

–                          – June Nash



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Original poetry. Copyright 2012, June Nash

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