Jazzy Davies

Humility Forgotten

Who are we? in this world, so complex
What gives us the right?
To presume, to judge, to destroy
Who made you King?
What loud minority gave you the right?

I wonder if the Earth weeps for her forgotten innocence
for when She controlled the fates
not man
and Harmony ruled, with Sympathy as Queen
and Pureness was Prince

One day She will rise again
powerful and vengeful
to take back Her kingdom
and all that will be left, that is worthy
will be the humble earthworm

Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 28, 2005

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  • Mogamat Abrahams (2/18/2008 4:09:00 AM)

    I FEEL THE PRESENCE OF THIS POEM, IT'S SO TRUE AND NATURAL, I THINK PEOPLE REALLY NEED to wake up and recognise whats going on around them, and do SOMTHING ABOUT IT, THANKS FOR THE STEPPING STONE JAZZY D.

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  • Patrick Wescott (4/28/2005 6:59:00 AM)

    I love it. Passionate, strong and heartfelt

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