“The End of Humanity” by Coleman Weeks
Author’s book description poem:
Sputtering to rise the world took a spin as life stirred and yawned at the end of it’s slumber of waiting to begin.
The Sun grinned a wise smile knowing the mission, Sun understood all would wait for single-cell fission.
God laughed and smacked his son Jesus’ knee, sharing his glee that it would not be long until Humanity.
Jesus smiled and with a wink rubbed his chin, watching from the future they both knew what fixed to begin.
The wind-swept planet stirred some rust dust, many eons passed before the monkey’s evolution was discussed.
Both silver-blue cool or yellow-orange hot, the Earth’s light steadily nurtured Humanity a special homey spot.
After some time the earth’s plates gyrated as mountains birthed valleys and streams cut rivers unabated.
God and his son smiled while angels applauded, the blue seas twinkled as they rolled and yawed.
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