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Evolution



In a galaxy far away
where there was no food
a new seed was growing
it came out of the blue

A new specie started to rise
just like that in the sand
on the rests of what once was
out there in the universe

One day in the sun
a small green leaf was rising
infected by an intelligence
from another star-system

It formed a new fauna
not ever seen before
and brought delicious goods
pure and fresh, real food

And after a while the planet
 was nearly complete and done
so it was time to bring in
some other rare existence

The space ships landed
and out of them came
not to mine or your surprise
ordinary human beings
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A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.But when you add to that a literate tongue or pen then you have somethingvery special. Nelson Mandela ************************************************************************I am from the land of tulips and mills. Writing is a need like eating and sleeping.I think we are all wondrous creatures who deserve to love ourselves and live in freedom. I like to participate in cases which can make a difference for myself, my surroundings and the earth. My wish: humanity in a non-dualistic society. more…

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