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Blanket Smothered

Have you listened to "their" lies?
Have you looked up to the skies?
Can't you see that it's being covered?
Full of NANO particles, metal toxins, blanket smothered

Chemtrails that cover up the blue, what I am saying is very true
This white blanket blocks the sun, "there just contrails"
They think were dumb!

Just "conspiracy theories" is what "they" say
Yet they clearly spray the skies almost everyday
Alzheimer's, dementia is on the rise
Is the one of the causes coming down from the skies?

"They" spray sulphuric acid, and blood cells?
Shouldn't we, the people, be ringing alarm bells?
"They" spray above, it falls below
And up our nostrils it does go

So how and what affects do these substances have on us?
The scientists say they don't know, but no need to fuss?
Contrails are suppose to dissipate!
"They" spray our skies, like they are drawing on slate

Look up Harvard Geo-engineering for yourself
"They" are messing with the weather and causing ill health
Spraying aluminium barium and lithium to
"They" are poisoning the earth, our children and poisoning you

So please do some research into what I say
As "they" are predators, and we have become "their" prey

About this poem

This poem is about the toxic NANO particles governments all around the world are allowing to be sprayed using aerosols above our heads, according to David Keith from Harvard University it's to block out the sun rays???

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Submitted by nikkib.01179 on July 26, 2021

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Nicola Baxter

I have wrote many poems over the years, poetry has helped me express what I could not express verbally, and has helped me grow inwardly. I have written poems on many different topics, some humorous stories in poetry form, and some deep meaningful and emotive ones, inspired by events, and from personal experiences and what I witness and observe that has moved me in some way. more…

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