Friday, November 25, 2011

If we could learn from the nature

If only we could learn from the nature
That nothing remains unchanged
A beautiful flower withers away before the winter,
At death’s will, palaces stumble
Unlike in poems, death never rise from its grave.

If only we could learn from the nature
That butterfly was once a caterpillar
A beauty born out of ugly.
At one’s will, one prospers
And that every pauper born ‘d become a rich.

If only we could learn from the nature
That the arms always bend inwards
That in my late grandpa’s word;
Hearts do not cry in the verbal arguments with our own
For blood is thicker than the water.

If only we could learn from the nature
That after a dark night, it’s always a day
A day that we often forget, it exist
In the darkness around the life.
Problems don’t outlast the time.

If only we could learn from the nature
That even the roses have thorns
And that beauty shouldn’t be precedence.
Golden heart can be hidden inside the ugly skin
And that snakes could shelter inside the beautiful green.

If only we could learn from the nature
That even oceans get wrinkled
Age crowds upon and never returns back
For human shall always fall for beauty
It’s in nature, an ephemeral is best at display.

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