I Wonder - Poem by the poet
Here I am,
Within this four walls,
In my resting motion I wonder,
Some things that easily slip right through us……
Time, goes by in an eternal flow,
What is it?
Its unexplainable, indescribable,
No vision nor hearing can sense it,
Yet, it exists among us,
Since the dawn of time.
When I see animals, plants, and then humans,
Why do we exist?
Are we, or they here for a greater cause?
Or simply to destroy this planet we call Earth?
So many questions, but only scarce answers……
What are humans?
Intellects describe us as superior,
Or are we simply different from others?
Just wonder, are we any different from them?
I don’t think so.
We all roam this land for survival,
This puny place in the Universe.
And still I wonder,
Why am I here, why am I writing this,
Sometimes, I struggle to find answers,
But I feel like I’m wading in the ocean,
I long for reasons, explanations,
But, I failed my own expectations…
So I wonder, why do I wonder?
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