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Intelligent design?
by JASMIN HORST E. P. SEILER
Saturday, April 14, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The fort’s surrounded, the ant it cries,
Poison, raid, but it’s too late,
Every man, and woman, dies,
One could ask, is it intelligent design, or is it fate?
 
Now every Bee, and Bird, that flies,
Of poison tells a tale,
How, so much poison fills the skies,
There too, kills every woman, child, and male,
 
While they argue, the frog, and fish,
If Gods so wise had this designed,
Lay poisoned now, on someone’s dish,
But to see the poison, they are blind,
 
They say, intelligent design, that got us here,
Some would argue otherwise,
In any case we’re doomed I fear,
If we can’t tell, the truth from lies,©14/04/2012
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Reviewed by Keith Rowley 6/7/2012
You're getting better and better, aren't you! I've been away such a long time and it's refreshing to catch up!
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 4/18/2012
We shit in our mess kit every day
Then wonder why we're sick
If intelligent design makes this so
Then God must be a prick

Patrick
Reviewed by Jon Willey 4/17/2012
humanity has proven to be an incompetent and unwilling steward of mother earth - I wish you love and peace my dear friend - Jon Michael
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 4/17/2012
Doomed indeed. I suppose the truth all depends on who's telling it and who's listening. Meaningful write! ~Best, Elizabeth
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/15/2012
The fact that we are now seven billion is a record of our success, and our failure to control our own excess. As long as we persist with myths like intelligent design and the idea that we can poison beneficial insects to our benefit, and go on populating like there's no tomorrow, we are doomed. The good thing about being doomed is that mother nature will kill a good number of us, and hopefully, teach us a bit of wisdom about our part on this planet.



Ron
Reviewed by John Flanagan 4/14/2012
we're doomed anyway, Jasmin!

john
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 4/14/2012
yep, we humans have trashed the place - time to wise up
Reviewed by jude forese 4/14/2012
powerfully stated ... the planet's soul is poisoned by its "caretaker" ...
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 4/14/2012
Lots of chemicals we use turn into estrogen when in our systems. No matter how they got there, the global gene pool is shrinking because of it.
One lake in Florida had chemical run-off and they found all the frogs in that pond were female from the estrogen effect.
There ya go.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/14/2012
In any case, we’re doomed I fear

I think we've doomed our entire planet, and all its god-given life forms, with our ever expanding human population, all of our ever more toxic pesticides, water pollution, drilling, mining, fracking, and killing, and now our ever increasing War on Wildlife, so we can sweep them all aside and spray and pollute and drill and mine and frack some more.

And I now sadly wonder how many humans will even want to live on this planet anymore when we get done.



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