Sorry, as noted, we cannot write your poem for you. I would, however, think of things you equate with all the issues and items you listed. See what they have in common, imagine the cause and effect of each, and write some statements about each. If you're trying to make the lines rhyme, try to move the order of the words in the sentences so that the last line of one line rhymes with the end of another line.
Organize your ideas and keep them together in stanzas (which are often four lines in length, but not always). You might even want to look at some other poets. Your poem doesn't have to be difficult or long. It can be simply, perhaps like something Shel Silverstein has written. Keep your poem as simple as possible, and I would think you will be just fine.
We cannot write a poem for you.
We really wish we could.
But since we can't, you should try...
I really wish you would.
Keep it simple.