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Light Nature

Updated on August 9, 2013

A short poem, from years ago, exasperating the degree in which if light could speak then it would almost be same as an omnipresence being.

The Nature of Light

In the midst of even the dreariest of night
There shines upon us this brilliant moon light
This light, if it could speak, would tell everyone's story
To all who could appreciate its glory

In these stories it tells of unforsakable good fortunes
But also exasperates greatly all's misfortunes
For if one is truly to understand our fallable human nature
One must acknowledge both the good and evils of nature

And once one can grasp this light
Then one will be able to have a good night


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