Posted in Choka, September 2019

Save the Coral


Save the Coral watercolor painting by Leona J. Atkinson 2019
“Save the Coral”watercolor painting by Leona J. Atkinson 2019

Oh so far away

A precious gift is dying

Bleaching is taking

It’s beautiful color

As sediments smother

And chemicals cause harm

Coral Reefs need help

What can we possibly do

To help save the Coral?

Choka

Everyone can help—here’s how:

10 Ways You Can Help Save Coral Reefs Infographic

https://aamboceanservice.blob.core.windows.net/oceanservice-prod/facts/coralinfographic.pdf

There are many organizations that are working to save the Coral Reefs.

For more information visit this link:

Coral Reef Alliance: https://coral.org/

Author:

A born and raised Midwesterner who traveled to Oregon in 2006 via the Oregon Trail route, fell in love with Oregon and now call it home. I am retired and pursuing my life long dream of becoming a Freelance Inspirational Writer.

2 thoughts on “Save the Coral

  1. A good message and I love the rhythm as I read. A little like gentle waves against the coral. I remember many years ago when I flew to Bermuda the bright red coral in the deep turquoise water as the plane was coming down to land. That was also the first time I ever saw a palm tree. It was amazing. It would be a shame to lose that.

    1. Oh wow. Thanks, glad to hear how the poem affected you Diane. I am glad it caused you to have that nice memory of the Coral.
      But, we are losing the beautiful Coral, the Great Barrier Reef especially. It’s very sad.

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