Beauty To Behold - Poem by Joseph Blitch
Imagine, What if light never came to be?
Life began with total darkness, you see,
Before first light, there was only darkness,
No twinkling stars did the darkness possess.
Darkness only provides a refrigerating cold,
Without light around, No warmth to behold.
The water would in all probability turn to ice.
I can not see where that would really be nice.
With radar, you would have to get around,
No green vegetation would ever abound.
I can not think of anything to make twine.
What kind of warm clothing may we find?
What kind of food would we have to eat?
Things that grows without light and heat.
Conceivably, what may it be? I don’t know.
Even mushrooms need warmness to grow.
I sincerity thank the Creator for the night,
But much more for the formation of light.
Making everything glitter as it were gold,
With it there is so much beauty to behold.
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