United States
33° 43' 22.9404" N, 84° 20' 37.2768" W

The wind that torrents the fluctual seas
Is the same breeze refreshing overworked men
Cooling their sweaty brow, rustling the trees
Giving living motion to Ocean's end
Pollen spreads plant life, humans get annoyed
All life relies on the earth, wind and fire
Earth begins, wind continues, fire destroys
Cities will soon become our funeral pyre.
Therefore we must align with this cycle
Accept our inevitable demise
For our nutrient-rich bodies recycle
And, phoenix-like, a new species will rise
Dinosaurs rose and fell, the natural way
Earth gave you life, and will reclaim someday.


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