Walking through the forest's narrowest paths,
Sighting the world's most famous Amazon
An umbrella of trees, cascading leaves,
Surging for millions of kilometres.
Distances longer than I can fathom
The jungles, the most resplendent beauty.
Dangerous jungles, the most wild beauty,
Frightened to be led astray of the paths,
The heat much hotter than one would fathom.
Half the world's rainforests, the Amazon,
Trees that are cut down for kilometres,
Endangered for want of wood and its leaves.
As industry is in want of its leaves,
Leaving the world stripped down of its beauty,
In awe of the scenes for kilometres,
As I make my way through insurgent paths.
A world wide website too named Amazon,
Industry higher than we can fathom.
This world of jungle, you could not fathom,
Immense numbers of magnificent leaves,
Its branches extend wide in Amazon,
Widely surging with excessive beauty,
And so do the clipped angles of its paths,
That can be enjoyed for kilometres.
Websites have no lengthy kilometres,
When producing more books than you fathom,
Glorious fantasies of wildest paths,
Fine trees are cut down to produce the leaves
Of the books you read. Letters of beauty,
Places orders of books on Amazon.
Thus readers who've never seen Amazon,
Cannot imagine those kilometres
Of clear, fresh, promising lands of beauty.
Those who know the website could not fathom
That Amazon's being cut down for its leaves,
For your books, you can read about its paths.
But you'll never know the Amazon's paths
Or see its kilometres of tree leaves,
Its endangered beauty, you can't fathom.
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