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Did the somnolent dewdrops
Arise as Sun’s ray drops?
Or did Sun’s rays dissolve
Dew into vapors that revolve?
Did the trees dance to the breeze?
Or did the breeze harmonize dancing trees?
Did moonflower bloom to meet the moon?
Or did the moon evoke its full bloom?
Did water fall off the cliff by its slope?
Or by cascading tears it could not cope?
Did the rainbow arrive to greet the dew?
Or did colors bow to curve that rain drew?
Did the rain pour to placate the clouds?
Or did the thunder hail the lightning loud?
Did the moon coruscate to greet the sun?
Or did the sun set to cause the moon shine?
Did the stars glitter to wink at the moon?
Or did the moon orchestrate all stars’ tune?
Did your allure cause you to be feminine?
Or your feminity sculpt you slender divine?
Did my love blossom in your heart?
Or did your heart carve my love-art?
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"Causality Principle" Poetry.com. STANDS4 LLC, 2021. Web. 31 Jul 2021. <https://www.poetry.com/poem/67829/causality-principle>.