Humans - Poem by laura zeng
Why do humans fight their own kind?
Why do humans destroy their own home?
Why can humans be so unkind?
Why do humans hunt those who roam?
Because we are unnatural creatures
we think that this planet is ours
when in fact there are so many creatures
who long for a home just like ours
Why are humans human?
what makes us do the things we do?
there are willows and aspens
who weep as they get cut down too
The things humans do
are not for shelter
or for water
The ways humans live
are ways nature can never forgive
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