RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Man Destroying Nature - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Wonder filling the air all around me, thinking of every-
thing God has created and watching with thunderous horror
as man is destroying it with his selfish and greedy ways.
Always wanting to make easy money by destroying God's
creations, using the money for evil purposes, trying to
make everyone submit to their perverse, corrupt ways.
Wanting only to be the boss of everyone, feeling them-
selves so important when in fact they are the least of us
on this earth.
So many people living in poverty around the world, yet
they are the most important people I find time and time
Having compassion, kindness and love for all of humanity,
what's more important in this world than that - nothing -
nothing at all.
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