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Ice Bucket Challenge

by Emily Stern

August 28, 2014 | 9:49 pm

photo from the internet

People are saying that we’re wasting water,
But we would have an abundance of water
If we weren’t wasting rain.

We don’t need to be importing it or exporting water anywhere because rain falls where it is meant to fall.

If we properly used water retention landscaping to absorb the water in the places it falls, it would eventually become water for the oceans, but not before it was fresh spring water.

Where we could do as many ice bucket challenges we want to

where soil and earth could abosrb that water, we could shower ourselves, have disposable water,

or grow food on the banks.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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Emily Stern is a devotional poet and songwriter. Her album “Birth Day” can be downloaded on iTunes or from CD baby.  As an actor and playwright, her plays have been performed...

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