Human Nature

Igniting the fire of love,
Was never taught.
We are all just bound by the sky,
Tryin' to find infinities that might bless the soul.

Playing a song from the heart,
Was never taught,
We are just showing the world the grateful life we live.

Crying over losses, deep ones,
Was never taught.
It's kind of human nature to show apathy.

Manipulating someone was,
Never, never taught.
But it is just human nature to find,
An unusual contempt in other's pain.

A better life is an universal desire.
But is the disdain, given by you, doing justice to the better life you and others want?

Why, then, are you seeking attention
Which wasn't taught?
You aren't the owner of the world,
Nor the fury of nature.

The rights been given to you,
Is intact and joyful in itself.
You need to make no fun on others, because you are a human,
And you hurt them.

Don't let your freedom be futile,
And do not waste your vitality,
To mortify and shadow them.
Because you are never taught this.
It is only the human nature.

This poem is about: 
Our world


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