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Who are we?

Think who we are; and what's the purpose being here
Thoughts will take you to your destiny with no fear
When you see your stature; you ashamed of being here
Once are in; want to see beyond galaxy of stars; sphere

Beauty of thoughts; empowers with knowledge of stars
More go into it; get closer to wonders of Divine Park
When reach peak of knowledge; excel in; and feel smart
You don't want to miss any shot of kingdom of thoughts

Now see something emerging in and out of your wisdom
You're in scenario of scientific presentation of reasons
Reasoning; is setting logical data; is the beauty of vision
Is the cause of divinity; you see it in mental presentation

U know why I emphasize so much on thinking of envision
This universe revolves on axis of pious people's vision
They balance forces of good; and e*** with spiritual vision
Without which revolving planets, may slip out of friction

Divine forces want us to live with ethics of humanism
But we devise own innovative ideas to go out of prism
Our wrong doings are cause of imbalances in the system
It brings havoc; and disasters; but we do it with freedom
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Submitted on September 27, 2013

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Quick analysis:

Closest metre Iambic heptameter
Characters 1,090
Words 201
Stanzas 5
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 4, 4

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