Whither The Wind Blows There Falls The Seed

a poem by William Willis, Scotland

(A poem borne out of Jacinta's Request.)


celestial seeds of mankind
hitch a ride on solar winds
evolution of our being here
comets crash and life begins
are these seeds a celebration
bringing life to barren lands
tiny flowers (weird in colour)
prolific in the martian sands
living cells and D.N.A.
all our cultures (intertwined)
we are scripted engineering
and intellegent in design
are our particles parasitic
a universal stain
(were we)freshly flowing water
(but now) clogging up the drain
whither the wind blows
there falls the seed
this seed of life is mankind
or is mankind the weed.

YOU CAN BORROW MY PEN BUT DON'T USE MY INK.
Wm
you can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink

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