PantheistPublished by Webmaster on 07/30/2003 (3704 reads)
When purblind people are with wars
And passions overspent,
Ocean and sky and sun and stars
Make no comment.
The moon looks down with ageless scorn,
The planets do not grieve,
The dawning is no whit forlorn,
Uncaring is the eve.
So let us be a one with these
In crystal innocence,
The unconcerning of the trees,
The brooks' indifference.
And let no lust and greed outrage
The peace of our sweet earth,
For holy is our heritage,
And blessed is our birth.
Aye, let us be like brook and tree
Unstirred by human strife;
Like sun and moon and sky and sea
Aloof from human life.
Yea, let us be like Nature blind
To hate and havoc high;
Ignore the madness of mankind,
And bid the world go by.
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