I think you should know
I think you should know the reason
Why all the time oceans roar
Monsters of greed eat them up inside
From wounds they are in terrible pain
Why storms rise and clouds turn red
And terribly harm the earth
I think you should know the cause
When lies are told more and truth less
And when lust is seen boiling
Then what is left except to shake
In anger or in disgust and the word
Is fatally harmed by an earthquake.
Topic(s) of this poem: lust
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