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Nature's nugget

Elephant emphatically exhorted
“Nature – God’s glory, can’t be thwarted
What’s unique in me, do you know?
A boneless trunk picking up things high or low”

Frog in filth croaked and frisked
“Nature – Maker’s magnificence, can’t be depleted
What’s special about me, can you say?
Neckless I am formed to stay.”

‘Catch me’ cried the crab
“Nature – God’s treasure none can grab
What’s peculiar about me do you think?
Although headless, my being has a link.” 

Anaconda, “I stop secretion of gall mostly in all
Nature – Divinity’s design, is a call for all
Can you guess what I lack?
Venomless is my entire body sack.”

Nature’s wonder is a sweetest song
With simple stanzas that prolong
None can finish singing for its too long
Yet the idea sounds lucid like a gong

Heavens declare God’s glory my dear
No speech but yet they hear
For Messiah’s message is very clear
‘I am with you forever, never fear.’

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