Sonnet: Ants Too Are Great

The Ants too serve the Lord in greater ways;
If not for them, who will devour the dead
Of flora, fauna? Nobody them pays;
But that is how they work and get well fed.

They work much more than any human soul;
Their little brains can think a lot of things;
Never-ending, they labor for a goal;
Suff’ring adverse conditions, Nature brings.

What unity exists within the clan!
They worked in unison in disaster;
They are so industrious, much more than man;
For body size, they run even faster.

Man has to learn many lessons from the ants;
They live much satisfied with lesser wants.

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

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