Picture your house melting. Drip, drip, dripping. Plop, plop, plopping. Hitting pavement. Picture Antarctica, Alaska, Canada. Ice, perhaps, icebergs melting before our eyes. Shrinking like a rock in lava. A decreasing budget rate. WHOOSH! SPLASH! Iceberg trips and falls. Falling, falling, falling. Then, it drowns. Drowning, drowning, drowning. Polar bears face starvation earlier each year. Antarctica will have an awful fate. The ozone layer is opening. An old would, that'll only close, if we come together and heal. To move away the scar tissue, we must peal. Walruses forced to cram together on small ice flows or rest on islands made of rock. Ice melts, flooding oceans, which floods habited areas, killing millions. Penguins being squeezed to death by icebergs, never to return home to their families. People suffer too. Inuit people and other people face drowning from weak ice. That weak ice can capsize them, their sled and dogs. The prey the Inuit people hunt, become scarcer each year. Seals find it harder to hide their pups from predators. Bears are coming closer to towns and villages, endangering people and themselves. Temperatures increase, creating greenhouse gases. UV rays cause skin cancer that affects everyone. The ozone protected us, not it's weak. The hole in the ozone is making the Earth warmer, but I have a message to say. These IS hope.