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Darwin Poems - Poems about Darwin

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Greek Philosopher Anaximander
...Greek Philosopher Anaximander proposed that all life began in the sea.Allah"made from water every living thing"And We created from water every living thing.Darwin did not know genetics. He also ......Read More
Categories: darwin, africa, age, allah, bible,
Form: Tazkira

Premium Member Crab Shells
... Washed up by a sea whose fury had no need of them, they became an easy meal for gulls and other scavenger seabirds whose beaks tore through their undersides and feasted on the sweet ......Read More
Categories: darwin, nature,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Christ Gifts the World With 'Sin-Colored Lenses'
...1. Faith I know people who view life through 'lenses (rose-colored),' and others who 'trumpet' God's death with "Heil Hitler!" The first group attempts to cloak naked ambitions in translucent f......Read More
Categories: darwin, faith, philosophy, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Orchid is One of a Kind
...orchid has fascinated scientists Charles Darwin wrote her up in a book in 1862 She is a complex flower, who has evolved achieving self-pollination and cross-pollination Delicate, aromatic and p......Read More
Categories: darwin, flower,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member 1800 TO 1899
...I am the war of 1812. I am Standard Oil Dripping with wealth. I am Edgar Allen Poe And Beethoven. I am the first time the Kentucky Derby opens. I am the battle at ......Read More
Categories: darwin, history,
Form: Rhyme

Hiding In Plain Sight
...Music has a special taste feelings lost in sound Touching heard across the room vision by the pound References left unto themselves choir boys in tune Trading what they never had tribute to......Read More
Categories: darwin, senses,
Form: Rhyme
Categories: darwin, addiction,
Form: Rhyme
Life's lessons by an old granny
..."Oh, hi",said an old granny, Her ashen face lit up with a wide smile, I greeted her back but with melancholy, As I was feeling low for quite a while. She instantly asked, "What's wrong, m......Read More
Categories: darwin, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
The Disquieting Threat of Floral Hazards
...He avoided florists, those over-cultivated blooms in their overheated shops seemed to be a perversion of nature. He shunned all those floral gangsters; the vainglorious gladioli, eugenically ......Read More
Categories: darwin, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member If You Could Be An Animal
...If you could be an animal, Which one would it be? Which one shares your personality? Would you be mammal, or amphibian, Perhaps a reptile, or a fowl, The strength and memory of an elephant, Or ......Read More
Categories: darwin, animal, humor, perspective,
Form: Verse
...II I am writing this segment in free-form poetry. Structureless rhyme schemes. I think lost myself again. my thoughts spiral. in the whirlpools of my mind might seem like a cliché t......Read More
Categories: darwin, allegory, analogy, angst, high
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Theory in Crisis: III
...If you feel we evolve by chance, here’s something that you must decide: the type of steps that you will dance explaining how blood cells divide. Now only mammals do this split which seems odd ......Read More
Categories: darwin, life,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Theory in Crisis: II
...If function is king, then there aren’t any Types, but the living show us that’s simply not true. The class tree is ordered according to forms and not by the functions a critter can do. So here’......Read More
Categories: darwin, life, science,
Form: Rhyme
Let This Be A Dire Warning To You part two
...In part one I let you know that heaven is a place to be won and hell is a place to be shunned! Jesus Christ is going to catch away aka Rapture His church prior to opening up the seal judgments menti......Read More
Categories: darwin, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Theory in Crisis: I
...If Darwinian evolution is correct, then there should exist a continuum of forms, but what we see with a closer inspect: that taxa-defining features are norm. We see hair in mammals, and feather......Read More
Categories: darwin, life, science,
Form: Rhyme

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