Poem – Insignificance In The Cosmos 

To dwell on thoughts of our importance, led by ignorance and reassurance

But I assure you that we are nil, in light of all that is cosmic 

Frequent stares into space across the world, eventual realisation that we are all but none 

Living in a time that encourages us to leave a mark, but our mark is a mere ant mound 

 We create such glory, such works, but from above, we are so below 

They chuckle at us as we try and make us count, take his words to heart, as it all is ill to us 

The words spoken hurts and defeats, but accepting is the way to overcome grief 

Words I’ll eat if I’m proven wrong, a forever extinction I’ll face if lied 

But the end isn’t near, neither is our importance. 
(Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft). 

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