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All that is wild

written by: Beth Tremaglio

@TremaglioBeth

 

"Nature learns nothing from humanity's knowledge, there are no lessons the beasts of the field can learn from us."

 

I sat with all that is wild
and
envied freedom,
desiring to breathe the breath of the untamed,
for all that is ungoverned shows to be more lawful than all governed lawlessness.

Humanity lay
malnourished, 

naked
and
impoverished in knowledge
before the beasts of the field.

Nature learns nothing from humanity,
there are no
wisdoms
or
lessons to be taught,
the lion and the lamb can lay together for common good.

There is no gold or silver she desires,

the beast of the field
reproduces,
hunts,
wakes and sleeps apart from humanity's instructions.
Kings and queens desperate to own the earth
destroy that which they cannot control.
Humanity's rulers
have yet to make the stars dance,
the sun rise and call forth day, 

the moon set and call forth night,

the seas to voyage beyond their boundaries
her waves do not cross.

The beasts have declared to men/women, 
not all knowledge is knowledgeable 
but rather,
vanity..

Beth Tremaglio

Beth Tremaglio

JULY 2016 AUTHOR OF THE MONTH at Spillwords.com
Finding my way back to myself through writing and climbing.
Musings
Randomness of thoughts
Writing words, letting them live through me
Beth Tremaglio

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