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Doomed Humanity

A retrospective poem on the controversial relationship between man and nature, when creation and creator intersect, nothing remains.

Lies lies all around

Swarming legitimately

Like bees proudly buzzing

Letting their deep howl

protecting themselves

From mannequins

sting sting

Cut cut

but oh No scream

No blood rushed out

no sign of swollen skin

Nothing remained alive

Everything's a black out

Because humanity's doomed

Leaving nature confused

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