Stanley Oguh

(06-06-1992 / Lagos, nigeria)

ENVY ON HUMANS


Opening the unseen doors of nature
Humans came into this earth to reign
They came in like a vibration of sound
Like a crown on the head of the time
They came in just like a welcome song
Which stars from above had composed
When the nature welcomed them with joy
Though empty to deliver a welcome party
Far away almost thousand light years away
May be when the Gods were not yet born
Having fallen apart like a huge burning lump
Which fell off from the sun to cool as Earth
When life sprouted on the earth in molecules
When life came up as a stage by stage show
When a song generated from the breeze on hills
A song of adoration was sung to praise the Gods
From the processing of the atom to molecules
Life was given to man like a song given to sing
When the nature showered its blessings as gifts
When dusk became romantic partners of man
When the world wore the robes of the rainbow
Man made sculptures called life in various types
When made different doors to enter to enjoy life
When nature delivered seasons to amuse in life
With richness from the bounty delivered by Earth
With wings of assumptions the Earth stood in joy
Seeing the Gold being reaped in full abundance
Sun started getting wild with rage and sheer envy
When the eyes of Venus became blood red in anger
They started sending messages in the wind and rain
Commanding to send the humans to them to work
To make their planet also place like earth in beauty

Submitted: Thursday, July 25, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013
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