OY (Sometime Before The Universe Started / Somewhere Out There)

Nature's Fury

Nature with all its fury is dangerous.

Earthquakes
Cracking the ground open
With a sense of insecurity.

Thunderstorms
With great sounds and flashes of light
Makes you want to be as small as a mouse.

Volcanoes
With great eruptions of lava and fire
Hopefully you're not in town!

Tornadoes
Spinning around in a path of destruction
Many people dying an inevitable death.

Hurricanes
With frightening winds of speed
Blows everything down too: the sister of the tornado.

But man with all his knowledge
Can predict what will happen very well
And he must
In his perpetual battle with nature.

by Owen Yang

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