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Will tomorrow be my end?



It's 2100 AC
My grandfather told me that there was a time
When mother earth was still lively
He told me that there was a time
When there were places called parks
When people used to go near the ocean and have fun
When people used to play sports and be rich
When there were other continents
He said there was a state called California

He said but all these joyful moments were destroyed
By the greed of mankind
They took Global Warming for a joke
Now the earth has passed 6 degrees
Now the world I live in is the result of GW
A world were living itself is a nightmare
Hurricanes come and go like rain
Most of our forests were fire foods
It's so hot taking your shirt of is pointless
Going near the sea is like suicide
Nobody knows when the next seaquake will happen

He said gas burning was one of the main causes
Living without gas was impossible for them
Cars could only run with gases
But there were other cars
There were cars that could be driven with electricity
He heard even with water made in Japan

But because the wealthy Gas company owners didn't approve
They were never used worldwide
They were ignored like ants
Because of Global Warming
I don't know if tomorrow will be my end
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