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by thedon
Rated: E · Poetry · Nature · #2034701
This poem contrasts nature and human beings depicting the darkness in humanity.
A beautiful bird began to sing
And in its soar, signaled a sling
So then the world is a dark place
Where charcoaled hearted humans race
And in their belligerence
Pollute minds with ignorance
Where to see another succeed
Is blindness conceived
Where those who succeed, forget
Glorified on the out-set
Grooming their own suffering
Gamed but gaming those shattering

It now lives cocooned looking out
Waiting for a tiny light to sprout
In hell left with a lot of nothings
Counting its blessing along questions

A rainbow fish began to swim
And in its sear, speared to skim
So then the world is a dark place
Where charcoaled hearted humans race
At least it's aware of that
It's a babe to be exact
Suckling on the same root-
Devilish human horns toot
As they yell christen, christen
And you listen, you listen
Blinded to their chronicles
Waived to waiving off prodigals

It now lives cocooned looking out
Waiting for a tiny light to sprout
In hell left with a lot of nothings
Counting its blessing along questions

And a devilish child began to displace
And in its sprout, sought a space
Not knowing that the world is a dark place
Where charcoaled hearted humans race
And in their belligerence
Pollute minds with ignorance
At least it's aware of that
It's a babe to be exact
It now lives cocooned looking out
Waiting for a tiny light to sprout
In hell left with a lot of nothings
Counting its blessing along questions
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