Ismael Mansoor

Rookie - 381 Points (20 May / 1988)

Earth Will Indeed Survive - Poem by Ismael Mansoor

You do understand. The Earth will not be destroyed.
It may only have a few billion.
The Earth reminds, to harvest the living planet wouldn't be suicide.
It accelerates the process of core creation...
Not depleting its energy reserves.


What do the Earth suggest for it all?
It explores the stars.
As did other planets.
The Earth will be spared from pollution. It can start by using the age technique.
So the Earth is saying it has to balance all elements on its planet?


Every living thing on the Earth is not immortal.
Give them the power to access this planet. The Earth will make sure every living kind to survive.
There is still hope. The Earth held the Eternity in its hand hope.
The Earth's council has been declared solved.
On whose orders?


Orders.
The living things all will be preyed and predated, for hungers.
And all will be punished and unpunished, for evils and goods.
What are the Earth doing, God? It's unpredictable.
What should it have done long ago?


The living things all can just fight. While the paradise was destroyed by itself.
By eliminating the members of the Earth? All will be the hungers, The Earth not going to...
So join the Earth. Help it saves its nurturer.
The Earth'll start from the beginning. Creating new lineages that deserve life.
And who determines who deserve to live offspring.


All living things - Be fruitful and multiply.
The last thing the Creator wanted the Earth was to be in this situation.
Do not forget its principles as a being.
Pull out of word and forgive against own word.
Because the Earth respect every living things that are used to, God.

Topic(s) of this poem: earth

Form: Stanza


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 19, 2015



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