Francis Duggan


So Little About - Poem by Francis Duggan

So little about Nature of i can claim to know
But my wonder of her only does seem to grow
But every day of her we do learn something new
And her lessons in truth are not in the few
Of her we do learn something new every day
In life we never stop learning it is this way
But the more we learn of Nature the more we come to realize
Of to how ignorant we can be in learning gives rise
Knowledge does grow like a plant does from a tiny seed
But the accumulation of it can be quite humbling indeed
Though in technology and science humanity may have come far
Of some of Nature's ways of how ignorant we are
So little about Nature i can claim for to know
Though my wonder of her only does seem to grow

Topic(s) of this poem: nature

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 27, 2018



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