Seymour Palmer

(New York, NY, USA)

Man The Victor - Poem by Seymour Palmer

He steals, he fights, he even kills
A creature with an Iron Will,
But when God future plan
He knew He would have to count on Man. Many are stupid, few are Great
Some much too illiterate,
But ask no further question
You just cannot give up on Man. He wages wars on land and sea
His real name is impurity.
But short or long be his life-span
Do not condemn the creature man. He can view near, he can view far
He can view the farthest star,
He even can conceive a plan
This questionable being is known as Man. He out-paced every other being
That mother earth had ever bring,
So before you count to one
Remember, God too relies on Man.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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