by William P.J Hine
Wednesday, November 13, 2002
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Are Humans afraid of the outside world?
Are they frightened of nature?
They travel around in there tin boxes,
Along black roads,
Are they frightened?
They live in stone shelters,
Hiding from reality and nature,
Are they afraid?
They lecture but they don't teach,
They shout but never listen,
Are they scared?
They eat but never feed,
They talk but they don't help,
Are you frightened?
They write but they don't think,
They walk but they will never run,
Are you afraid?
We think ourselves god,
Yet we are not,
We give ourselves honours,
Yet we are undeserving,
Are you scared?
Written at a time when my faith in humanity was starting to fade....
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|Reviewed by Claire Shaw (Reader)
|Hmmmm sooo cool, its very gud exactly how i feel sometimes, i luv alll ur poems...ur beautiful|
|Reviewed by Drkman
"They lecture but they don't teach,
They shout but never listen"
This is so true. humanity rants and raves but cannot hear. They preach but haven't the knowledge to actually convey a message. Well written.