Francis Duggan


In Nature's World Only The Strongest - Poem by Francis Duggan

In Nature's World only the strongest are destined for to thrive
And the weak become victims of the predators who need them to survive
In Nature's Laws no right or wrong one has to die for another to live
And in Nature's World there are no crimes or sins for to forgive
And the more we learn of Nature we realize how little of her we know
She truly is amazing and our wonder of her grow
And every day of Nature's ways we learn something new
But from us she keeps her secrets and her secrets are not few
Us humans too are part of Nature that's how 'twould seem to me
And like all of her other life forms for us mortality
Like all of her other life forms on Nature for life we do depend
Yet many of us do not respect her though she is our greatest friend
It surely is a fact of life and facts do never lie
That like all of her other life forms we too are born to die.

Topic(s) of this poem: nature

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 1, 2016



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