Treasure Island

maxpoet beauty


An atom


An atom,
Scientist say all about it,
So small and minute,
The influx and the volition is described as a movement of many atoms,
How small things can create big?
The parables that were so meaningful those days,
Then I understand that small can make great,
The least that you respect could be your worst snitches,
Ain't no lie,
That every step I take,
There is a calling,
Many Scientist look for bigger things,
Not realising that small hast to be done,
Maybe all the world volition undone,
We never can see anything,
Realising everything is not very Beautiful,
But to see Mankind as a reason for living,
Poetry has the reason for sharing,
And life hast that meaning of love,
Wake up to make up,
Love is the reason,
Though most people living all unfair,
Saying that no reason is there,
Are you prepared?
To say that life is all unfair.

Submitted: Saturday, February 16, 2008

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