rajagopal haran

200.Revisiting The Theory Of Evolution Of Species Part Ii

A Sequel to part I

News 1: Acromegaly is found in 3 out of 500,000 people; means the person affected develops the traits of the opposite sex, which is due to a disorder of the pituitary gland;
News 2: Artificial human sperms could come to the aid of infertile men; this means men could become redundant permitting women to give birth without a biological father
News 3: Male geishas. Latest must have for Japanese workingwomen; women pay a man to lavish them with individual attention

(As an observer of the evolution of species the above news prompted me to write part II of the above title; hope I live up to the expectations of the readers)

I have called this principle
By which each slight variation
If useful, is preserved
By the term natural selection
Evolution did occur
Evolutionary changes was gradual
Mechanism was natural selection
Species arose from a single life
Branching by process speciation
Variation within species
Occurs randomly
Survival or extinction
Organisms’ ability
To adopt to its environment
Males becoming arrogant
Autocratic in the dealing
Rarity of the transitional varieties
Transitions in the habits of life
Diversified habits in the same species
Habits different from allies
Organs of extreme perfection
Modes of transitions
Cases of difficulty
Natura non facit saltum
Organs of small importance
Law of unity of type
Evolution is now gradual
Extinction of male genre
Mandatory for the female force
Paving the way for Acromegaly.
Merger of two species
Into a singular unification
Men losing their place
Reduced to state Geishas
Lavishing their guests
With praise unequivocal
Earning their bread
Boosting their manliness
Boring the womenfolk
To levels so infinite
Paving the way for sperms artificial
Only job left with the men species
Slipping from the hands
Erasing the father world
Motherland has mesmerized
The world of men
Nay world of women


Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2008
Poem Edited: Thursday, April 10, 2008

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  • Raveendran . (4/16/2008 12:17:00 PM)

    You take in so many valid topics so lightly and draw the reader's attention to your message which is really important to the human race at the moment. Great attempt.

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  • Seema Chowdhury (4/12/2008 11:59:00 PM)

    its an interested topic and you managed well. hope other people can understand the message you have tried to convey. good luck and take care.

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  • Rajaram RamachandranRajaram Ramachandran (4/12/2008 7:59:00 PM)

    This is more like a scientific fiction. The entire cosmos is moving around in a geographical and symmetrical pattern. If this rhythm is disturbed, then catastrophe is sure to follow. Even in the natural evolution process, there are several kinds of freaks occuring in the creations. If this kind of cloning the species continues, the day is not far off, when the mankind or animals are manufactured in a factory to the individual tastes, like the automobile factory manufacturing cars with their own brand names. You have done well, Rajagopal, by bringing this news to the forefront thro' your wonderful poem, well composed.

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  • Padraic O' Reilly (4/12/2008 8:24:00 AM)

    Ceratinly an interesting topic. Very thought provoking, and feels near apocolyptic. I like the way you manage to weave these scientific terms and facts in with the natural poetry. Thanks for this.

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  • Malini KadirMalini Kadir (4/11/2008 1:04:00 PM)



    MAN SHUNTED TO A DISCRETE CORNER....WOW! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !



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  • Erhard Hans Josef Lang (4/11/2008 12:06:00 AM)

    My comment on the theory of evlution of species: The mysterious creation's high-spirited, cosmic dreamvision-empowered encapsulization into divinely potent magic seeds of ever more & more new variegated forms & figures of frolicking life, which all eventually happened to get mixed up, boiled and served out by the adventurously playful cosmic visionaire's quickened arm in some deep-bottomed vaginal cups on the rock of earth, during the festival of God's world arena's grand self-enhancement, with all the happy-go-lucky planet's earth spirits concentrated and gathered for a most favourably weathered spring time season of evolution, all spiced up ingredients of life matter red-hot with a most vibrant energy.. A season, surpassed since long by another era of actions on the globe, that but until this very day, though not bent on seed creativity variations any longer (rather to the contrary as of now) , reverberates still so wondrous.

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  • Sandra Fowler (4/10/2008 1:27:00 PM)

    Very interesting, informative, and articulate. Much food for thought expressed here.
    A new era indeed. Take care.

    Warmest regards,


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  • Dr.subhendu KarDr.subhendu Kar (4/10/2008 1:04:00 PM)

    at this point of time the evolution seems to be befuddled by the artficial selection instead of natural as the whole gamut of process has been topsy turvy by the artficial thougts when being newfangled by deciphering the code of eclectic living! ! ! ! ! resulting into a new era as the different trends when limping at criss-cross of genetic cross over. superb ovservation yet when inferred, gene seems to be the chips in the hands of man.i do admire yet the way you put the freaks by the man,10+, thanks for sharing

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