Sunday, 8 May 2011

Man Sits On Chair

Man sits on chair
Without care
Observes nature, from
Indelible cocoon of
He believes all
To be free
But the touch of
Man, by eyes alone
Leaves all ravaged
The lone

Highlighted within this poem is the way mere observation by man is in itself enough to destroy that which he favours as beauty. The unrivalled naivety of the human mind is offset against the damage it can inflict upon its surroundigns; leaving "The loan [human] / Alone". Of course, perhaps the writer just wrote this because they were sitting outside.

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