Trash and Debris


  I was walking back from the local gas station the other day here in south eastern Kentucky and noticed all along the roadside trash and debris. So much trash and debris that it was sliding down into one of our smaller local rivers. I never thought i would see such a thing in a mountain town, our roadsides have became so full of trash and debris it looked more like some of the large cities i have lived in.

  Such a shame to watch such beautiful land and resources get polluted and destroyed before my eyes. Between the trash and the coal mine pollution around this area the wildlife and local population will be effected in a negative way. Everyone is responsible for the pollution and we all should take pride in our beautiful country we live in. Hopefully one day we will realize what is at stake and clean up the pollution so future generations can continue to enjoy what Kentucky and the rest of the U.S. take for granted.

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About Ray Barbier

I am just an average man who loves writing, thinking and trying to inspire kindness, love, understanding and Compassion in others and try to find them within myself.
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One Response to Trash and Debris

  1. s says:

    Hummm goes to show you Humans everywhere are really all the same. Use. Abuse. Rape the land and leave their trash behind

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