It had not been a regular kind of night, certainly. After supper, when Joel and the others would be finishing the work, corralling the chickens in the coop leveling the marks pocked and driven into the dirt by the horses and wagon, old Brechka brought out the fiddle
Stay tuned for information on 350 Poems events as we near December's United Nations Climate Conference in Copenhagen. In the meantime, please don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
350 Poems is part of 350.org's international day of climate action on October 24th. On this site, 350 poets each contributed a poem responding to climate change in the days leading up to the 24th. As an additional constraint--mirroring the real political obstacles and shortage of time we face--each poem was required to be 3.5 lines in length. The poems were posted in the order they were received.
Why 350? Because that is the agreed upon safe upper limit for CO2 in the atmosphere (in parts per million). We're currently at 387 and rising, close to what climate experts call "the point of no return."
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This is a critical moment: we and our political representatives must act quickly in the less than two months before this December's Conference.