kyle morrison

Science Vs. Religion

ageing has been the #1 killer forever
come on evolution I thought you were clever
new generation of people new thoughts
new things to the table will be brought
more answers more understanding
solutions needed, so demanding
'some things just cant be solved'
come on have we not evolved?
we’ve come so far but are still so far away
away from religion people are starting to stray
looking for more tangible answers
real ones to stop these cancers
other than 'it was his or her time'
people are tired of dyeing in their prime
its natural, people want to be alive
its homeostasis we want to survive
were begging science for some solution's
to solve our problems were going to need major contributions
how else could we solve the problems we face?
it seems like never if we continue at this pace.
when well we have the answers? some feel never
i feel we’ve just started on this endeavor
in my lifetime? no chance
but regardless of stance,
we all agree we need to advance
our way of life we need to enhance
we owe it to our ancestors who got us here
we owe it to our posterity let them live with no fear
quick recap ok so what have we learned?
science being a viable form of religion, court is not yet adjourned.
that does not mean the battles done
This battle is just far from won.
Time, effort, and hard work is needed
Thinking we can solve everything is not conceded.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 6, 2010

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  • Jessica Mai (3/6/2010 1:18:00 PM)

    I like it :) The rhyme and rhythm is good not to mention the plot and the message which is really well told. its pretty cool since all the science I've learnt this year is on here like evolution and homeostasis: P keep writing

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