Constantinos Grigoriadis

(28-2-1955 / Greece)

Previously Intellingent Mammals


There are some animals
that they grow up very slow.
They believe that this world
is made and turns only around them.
That the joy and happiness
must be the only purpose of their life.
That if they want to survive
they must exterminate all the other animals.
That the life is very short
and unique to be somebody patient.
There are some animals that don't
accept death as a part of their life.
Some of them wish to be another animal
A stronger animal, more clever, better looking.
There are some animals
that they live very different
from all the other animals
Call them.....................man.

Submitted: Sunday, June 24, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, March 16, 2011

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