Dr. Elbert R. Moses, Jr.

(Prescott, AZ)

Harmony - Poem by Dr. Elbert R. Moses, Jr.

Isn't it striking to think of our universe
As a structure that is not diverse?
There are climate, ecology,
solar energy and biology,
All working together to form
A perfect haven
For mankind to live in.

The problem is that
Mankind is out of touch
With the natural forces
That would aid his action courses.
Mankind has to come to grips with ecology,
If he plans to survive
In harmony with biology.

Man remember there is room for all
If you plan aright;
And allow each of the species
To settle his own plight;
With the help of Him
In arranging what is right.

Our Universe is not manmade;
Man is the converse.
Our time clock is running out
While man has a great deal to think about.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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