NaPoWriMo Poem #11: Why?

Today I decided to use the NaPoWriMo’s daily prompt: Twenty questions.

Why must it rain to make a brilliant rainbow?
Why must animals eat others to help them to grow?
Why must there be heat for birds to fly high?
Why must eyes be wet before they could dry?

Why do creatures evolve to adapt after time?
Why do freshly cleaned hands get dirty with grime?
Why do cells regenerate before they die?
Why do joys make us smile, with sorrow we cry?

Why is there a silver lining under each cloud?
Why could some see the sun behind the fog and shroud?
Why couldn’t disasters stop the birds from singing?
Appearance can be blinding, reach behind them and think.

2 thoughts on “NaPoWriMo Poem #11: Why?

  1. Dear Hank,

    Thank you. I have just read your poem and it seems that we both share similar opinions on this. It is sad how most people simply jump to conclusions and never bother to sit back and look at it all from a different angle.

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