Who Gave This? - Poem by Macwolls Kay
For who gave this to man and beast?
To hold memories of a life lived,
The good and bad of every man.
Tempts him and makes him stray,
To cause him pain and make him cry,
Just who gave this to man and woman?
The bride in white to come alive,
A day's moments to cherish and preserve.
For who gave this to the infant child?
Makes it startle and makes it bubble,
Moments together filled with joy.
For who gave this to the common fly?
A daily torment, an uninvited guest,
To spoil my meal and ruin the day.
I sit and wonder, who gave this?
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