Sonnet- Science And Poetry

When Science has made some men to walk on Moon,
A probe to Mars that brings samples of soil;
When Satellites predict the weather soon,
Man's achievements, occurs in fields by toil.

With success, man has mapped almost all Genes,
And shifts mountains to dam any River;
Constructing anything thro' compu-means,
Why should he walk with bow, arrows, quiver?

What is the use of Greek mythology now?
Science-fictions most are all reality.
To God's creation, men all must sure bow;
In accordance must be my Poetry.
A man of Science flies high today with wings,
Spirit over bodies shall now be Kings.

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

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