Finding Our Place


 From forces, particles forth came 
when time and space began 
And futures formed until this day 
Were not disturbed by man. 

When forms most beautiful emerged on Earth, 
what was a desolate rock 
Became a system so diverse, 
it puzzled Darwin and Lamarck. 

Larks in the sky, sharks in the depths 
And reefs, savannahs, ancient meadows 
Once common sights this world has seen 
What’s left is nothing but their echoes 

Our vital forests, cut and turned to ash 
In wastelands where it once was lush 
Where countless species disappear unseen 
A greying landscape that had once been green 

We must act now or else we face 
The downfall of our human race 

One species on the edge of space

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