7-Year-Old Poet Inspires With Powerful Britain's Got Talent Performance

7-Year-Old Poet Inspires With Powerful Britain's Got Talent Performance

This is an incredible performance by a young boy who is already trying to make a difference in the world. In this video, a 7-year-old poet inspires with his powerful Britain’s Got Talent performance. 

At the start of this video, Aneeshwar Kunchala takes the stage, talking about the earth. A drawing of his of the earth pops up behind him on the big screen as he talks about the amazing creation that the world is. 

The judges smile. Then enters other children in costumes who are acting as a bunny, a tree, and the ocean. His poetry is precious, and actors come out from behind him as he describes them wonderfully. 

In the next moment, we see Anneshwar full of energy and happiness to share about life under the sea and in the sky. He is not just a poet, he is an activist who cares for the earth. He has a phenomenal stage presence and vocal confidence in his presentation. The visuals behind him are inspiring. 

His performance is absolutely enthralling. The amount of script that this boy has memorized is truly amazing. In his final performance, he puts on quite a show. He encourages us not to give up on conservation. He discusses some animals that have gone extinct. 

Aneeshwar reminds us of the important message that the earth is valuable. God created it for us to tend to and protect. When we are careless about His creation, we are not being good stewards of the earth. 

May this be a reminder to us to do our part to care for what the Lord has made and give glory to our Maker.

“Then God said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.’” Genesis 1:26

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