Veteran Poet - 1,139 Points (11/07/1975 / Natonin, Mountain Province, Philippines)

Science And Man - Poem by MELVIN BANGGOLLAY

Melvin Banggollay

Man had made science as a way
Of showing his wit and creativity
in his innate desire to clearly portray
His powerful nature and superiority.

Science paved the way for man's savy
To explore the mysteries of his creation
To define the portals of his destiny
To inccrease the area of his dominion.

Man made science to find technology
of making life more fun and conviniently
Through various inventions and strategy
that automated his lifestyle's efficiency.

But in his burning desire for supremacy
He come up of things of mass destruction
Like bombs and deadly weapons of today
He used to put someone in great oblivion.

He used his wit and knowledge to convey
That he can defy or alter nature's evolution
Yet he had never defined every mystery
and fully understand the wonder of creation.

Man tried with all his wisdom to display
His supremacy over every other creation
Yet he could never find the real mystery
Of making seeds to nourish every nation.

Man may have all the wisdom in every array
with his intuitiveness and powerful mind's fury
Yet Only God has the answer for every mystery
That science and man can't define perfectly.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 1, 2008

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