Climate change for children, 1924: Revisited


Forster poem illustration by Uldene Trippe.


A driller named Doyle made a fortune in oil
And built a great mansion so high
That sparks flying bright from his chimney at night
Burned a hole in the top of the sky

Frederick J. Forster, On the Road to Make Believe (Chicago: Rand McNally & Co, 1924), np.

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