Air

On land and sea
Mountains and valleys
Spaces and gullies
Your friendly ties count.

Invisible elements of many compounds
Burning gas and nitrogen
Colourless gas and impurities
Rare gas and who know which?
Your friendly ties count

Unending racing, far and wide
On land and sea
Mountains and valley
Space and gullies
Your friendly ties count.

High tempered enemy
Striking like a wounded tiger
Yet, conceding no blows most time
Who dare thwart your route?
But what a coy lover
Fidgeting over a bruise
And instantly cutting the tie
Please, withhold not your offer for
Your friendly ties count.

This poem is about: 
Our world

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