Dear ocean, How much sand do you hold in your hands? More than stars hung in the sky? Greater than all Creatures on land? Tell me if you can. Sorry I do not know. You should ask God To Him you should go. He controls the waves Spins infinite galaxies. Breathed life into you. He... Continue Reading →
Poem: Nature’s Faith
The sun is faithful. It rises and sets Each and every day It never forgets. The fields are patient. They wait for the rays. To give plants energy Despite cloudy days. The animals are loyal. Being devoted to the sun. Soaking up the power To fight, jump, and run. The Earth is trustworthy To partner... Continue Reading →
Poem: Counting Riches Or Stars?
Bizarre How you Count silly stars That are extremely far When you can count money And build aspirations on this Earth. My friend, for what it's worth Riches are brittle like hay. Dreams are solid clay. Looking to ponder What counts? Wonder. Chad A. Damitz
Poem: The First Sign Of Civilization
What is the first sign of civilization? Let me guess. Fish hooks or clay pots? The expert responded: "No, it's not." The student asked: "What is it then?" A broken femur that has fully healed. In nature, if you break your leg you die. You can't run or hunt and this is why. No lone... Continue Reading →