Homeward bound for weary hearts
That one sweet place where we can rest
That spot in the world that we call our own
Constantly pulls us back to where we belong
Back to a place called home
Nomads have a place called home
That lives inside theirs hearts
Though they travel in unfamiliar places
Their home never goes away
Though adventure hearkens for a moment
We never lose sight of where we belong
To deny where our hearts call home
Is to alter the course of nature within us
All animals and creatures
Have a domestic providence
Called instinct
That dominates their lives
How can we deny
The domestic instinct
That lives within us?
Are we that different
From how nature

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Nelson D Reyes
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Our non-human friends we share this planet with, the fauna and flora, all speak and listen, all feel and are compassionate among themselves and others. We all are of nature evolved naturally in different ways but remain rooted from where we all came from thus we share the basic fundamental essence of what it’s like to be alive, to be adapting to our environment, to the creatures gifted with all ranges of cognitive faculty. We all understand each other one way or the other. That’s the beauty of nature in which we are all part of. What a wonderful world we live in! No we are not different from each other, from the functioning of nature.
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