A worm channels through the dirt;
Blades of grass dance with an easy breeze.
Flourishing giants stand tall and overt,
What we know as prevalent trees.
Birds dart through the air,
while mammals pace the earth.
Fish tend to their maritime affairs
On this planet of our birth.
Cruising clouds pay visitation
To our galaxy's golden star.
But when these clouds take vacation
Light bathes us from afar.
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