Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

Veteran Poet - 1,226 Points (Iran, Islamic republic of)

Humanity - Poem by Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

Of the little, moral, funny people
Of their chaos and their flesh feeble
Of their view out of town,
That 'there was a hill with a man, and a ship and a crown'
They just needed a hero
Their opinion was to start from zero
But without hope and any chance
They said: just start… they always lance!
A hero wasn't enough for them; I suppose they needed an angel and The God,
But their were all liers, they acted like the bawds
Those people thought they were the best,
And for this, they keep the hill man Jest!
Hill man just laugh at them, he knew something better
He knew that at least he wasn't a debtor!
The question is: But debtor to whom?
He was debtor to no one, even a cold brume!
At least he didn't break a heart,
And his life was beauty such an art!
He knew the humanity better than them
He understood the meaning of that gem
Of the little, moral, funny people
Of their chaos and their flesh feeble
Of their view out of town sight,
That there was a 'HUMAN' with a ship, and a crown and recently A lovely Greener hill by a bight!


Poet's Notes about The Poem

i want that the people think about being more simple in their life

Comments about Humanity by Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

  • Nader Baheri (4/20/2013 2:32:00 AM)


    nothing can save us alive except the humanity~nb (Report) Reply

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  • Unwritten Soul (5/27/2012 4:36:00 AM)


    You speak clear from your mind and you spread a whole sheet with your written opinion, i got the meaning here...well humanity is such an invisibility that cover human skin, we cant determine who hold it who lost it by looking on their human looking...nice write, Keep writing_Unwritten Soul (Report) Reply

  • (5/26/2012 9:22:00 AM)


    What a wonderful poem the topic is very clear to me :) (Report) Reply

  • (5/21/2012 2:06:00 PM)


    the freedom and ease that comes from being thought of as a fool on a hill. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 21, 2012



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