Lessons from Nature

A poem about what nature has taught me about man, and our foolish pride.

The Blazing Ball of Fire,

Set fire to the Sky.

It made me stop and wonder,

Stop and wonder why.


The Ocean’s mighty roar,

It made me laugh out loud.

Why, we insignificant little things,

Stand up so tall and proud.


The Wind taught me a lesson,

That when all our liberties we spend,

This Master of Defiance,

Will charge us with a Whirlwind.


And as I lay there pondering,

I simply had to think,

That like the proud Titanic,

It’s our own selves that we sink

The End

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