Sonnet- All Things End On Earth

The greatest men on earth must one day die;
The great Red-wood and Sequoias don’t long thrive;
The powerful-most men crash, however high;
No creature can always remain alive.

The tallest monuments too can’t last long;
All statues kept for men and Gods erode;
But continue ever must Nature’s song;
And every man must carry his own load.

The strongest metals too have wear and tear;
All reinforced walls too crack and crumble down;
And human-beings pollute the earth’s air;
The harvest is by both seed and soil sown.

All worldly things will come to dust one day!
But man can't miss walking in Heaven's way.

by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

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