Climate change  
             Human exploratory activities
                    Scientific Discovery                          
                     Industrial Revolution
                        High technology
                            World battered
                           Fossil fuel burnings
                              Earth carbonated
                                Greenhouse gas
                      Environmental changes occur:
                              Wildfires spread fast
                                  Droughts occur
                               Floods fill the earth
                               Air pollution manifests
                         Volcanic eruptions happen  
                            Sun’s energy power shits
                               Ice sea losses weights
                          Mountain glaciers disappear
                                         Land quakes   
                                     Ocean rises
                                          Forests vanish
                                         Global warming
                                        Comity of nations  
                                          Save our worlds

About this poem

The poem interrogates the causes, effects, and solutions to Global Climate Change.

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Written on May 01, 2022

Submitted by ID on January 05, 2022

Modified on March 29, 2023

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Closest metre Iambic dimeter
Characters 1,822
Words 97
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 36

Dr. Adekunle Idowu James

Dr. Adekunle Idowu James is a poet, novelist, playwright, and literary scientist. more…

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  • Mosunmola19
    Climate change is a poem talking about the human exploratory activities that has affected the global warming of the world and has caused so much harm and pollution to the life of human.
    LikeReply2 years ago
  • Agharinma
    Dr Adekunle talks about the causes and effects and solutions of climate change using his poem. The causes of climate change can be summed up by saying man's curiosity. The effects which are drought, flooding, volcanic eruption, wild fire and fossil fuel burning sum up the outcome effects while lastly, the solution is that he appeal to the whole world to come together to put an end to clime change 
    LikeReply2 years ago
  • Faham
    This poem is about the rapid deterioration of the climate as a result of increase in technology which causes side effects to the environment affecting the climate negatively.
    . scientific discoveries and human explorations also add to the rapid global change of the climate and this leads to drought, air pollution, global warming and land quakes.
    This poem seeks to implore us to reduce our human explorations so as to preserve nature and life and to prevent environmental changes which would lead to catastrophic disasters. 
    LikeReply 12 years ago
  • thomasa.89976
    This Global Climate Change poem directs at the present temperatures and weather pattern happenings in the world that the world leaders are trying to get a lasting solutions to which is due to the burning of fossils fuels etc. 
    LikeReply2 years ago
  • ajadi_a
    Basically the poem is about the world's present situation, which takes us back to the human saying "let's make the world a better place". Evolution is damaging the world which is not making it better and safer place for humans and things in it 
    LikeReply 12 years ago
  • Sopeobj
    Global climate change is a very short and detailed poem that talks about climate and climate change in a particular country or state.
    Climate change is defined as a change in the state of the climate that can be identified by changes in the mean and or variability of its properties and that persists for an extended period typically decades or longer.
    To understand global climate change,it's imperative to first understand what global climate system is and how it operates. The global climate system is made up of the atmosphere,oceans,the cryosphere,biosphere and geosphere 
    LikeReply2 years ago
  • Alaga
    Climate change exists due to negative activities and the maladaptive nature of human beings. Such negative activities like bush burning, blocking of waterways, and environmental pollution due to chemical interface with the natural environment. The consequences of these activities on human beings can't be overemphasis as all forms of terminal diseases such as Cancer are negative effects of climate change.
    The efforts of the poet are commendable as he is enlightening the world about climate change and also sounding a note of warning on the negative effects of climate change. 
    LikeReply2 years ago
  • Tobiloba
    The poem reflects or gives prominence to the eradication caused by the climatic change of a geographical area which part of it is scientific discovery not excluding the inevitable effects and solutions to the problem. The poet also creates a clear visual image in the mind of the reader. The poem reflects on life and nature 
    LikeReply2 years ago
  • Lalalalala@ho
    The poem lays emphasis on climate change, causes and solution to the growing climate change in the world. It also enlightens people on the negative effects of climate change and above it is a wonderful piece of poetry 
    LikeReply2 years ago
  • Abimbola_
    The poet's persona is quite intriguing. The poem, climate change, talks about the dangers of misuse of nature to human health. It also talks about each season and their dangers in lines 18 to 28, the different environmental changes are mentioned. 
    LikeReply2 years ago
  • oyindamola_a
    The poet emphasises on the destructions caused by the climatic change of a country which part of it is the industrial revolution including the possible effects and solutions propounded for the restoration of such country. He also creates in the mind of the readers a visual imagery. He narrated the poem using the eye of God narrative method 
    LikeReply2 years ago
  • Oma
    It's a good peom,it enlightens people about the causes,effect and solution of global climate change. Also,writing a poem about global climate change in general is a good attempt,because there are many people that doesn't know about it. Although,the peom is good,it would have been better if there are use figures of speech. 
    LikeReply2 years ago


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