Elementary Intelligent Design

Biodiversity’s blueprints are too intricately detailed
To have been architecturally designed
Too many supporting factors contribute to our existence
Over time the elements became inanimate
Organically petrified in Pre-Christian spiritual sites
Once labeled as barbaric in practice
Inventing its image as evil witchcraft
As we advanced ever closer to God
Fanning the fire to forever eradicate any contradictions
Burying secrets entombing the past
Freezing time, stunting any growth
After the Rubus Sanctus had established its roots
All while the wind carried God’s word across the Seven Seas
Meanwhile nature stands dispossessed, underappreciated
Stunted and bonsaied by the growth of mankind
Clinging to nature, relying on the elements, like it always has
While man contemplates “Intelligent Design”
Without realizing it’s most major flaw
Man itself…

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I wonder about how some people can possibly believe in Intelligent Design. Biodiversities work in ways that no human will ever be able to appreciate… especially now. Life in a structured ecosystem is too balanced and percise to have been thought of logically, and if it were so, we humans must really think about how much we truly contribute to society, not just among humans but nature it’s self, and see if we truly deserve the right to be in the animal kingdom.

I’m living my biography at the moment, i’ll consider writing something when I feel that I truly have lived.

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  • AndyGii
    AndyGiiover 6 years ago

    So true. A plague upon the earth. hopefully “intellience” is a dead end and Ma Nature can get back to something worthwhile

  • ein22
    ein22over 6 years ago

    Wow! creepy we share the same wish for a world wide plague. Ever since I studied Biology I knew that soon enough it’s going to be impossible to stop a virus which is not capable of having any anitobies. With 7 billion people soon on this planet, I feel that it’s only a matter of time until natural selection kicks in. Not that I wish to be grim… :D

    Then lets hope the enviroment can heal… over time. Thank you for such a nice commentary on my writing Andy.


  • butchart
    butchartover 6 years ago

    as we continue to evolve (and i believe we are..some at a faster rate than others) we will become a purer energy.. in no need of a bag of blood and bones….. those ready will accept their lesser place in natures heirarchy… those not will fertilize her new growth………………..nice writing andrew… great thoughts…………..b

  • IvyLeague
    IvyLeagueover 6 years ago

    Wooo, deep. I dig it.

  • Mary Campbell
    Mary Campbellover 6 years ago

    You do go there, mentally at least..

  • Melissa Park
    Melissa Parkover 6 years ago

    Wonderful and intelligent great writing!

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