Theresa Ann Moore
What’s The Reason? - Poem by Theresa Ann Moore
What’s the Reason?
We live in a world of amazing wonder.
Every living thing is a miracle to ponder.
Creatures are suitably designed to survive.
They have instincts that keep them alive.
Some think that everything simply evolved.
The theory explains creation; problem solved.
An oozing amino broth bubbled with spice.
Prodigies advanced with the roll of the dice.
A greater power stirred the ingredients involved…
Creating forms of life as planet earth revolved.
Sustained by the energy of a magnificent sun…
Life is a marvel that is comparable to none.
What intentions are in place for this complexity?
Many intelligent human minds probe the mystery.
Discover appreciation for all that we are seeing…
Divine guidance will lead us to a purpose for being.
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