Zojinjo

The human infection

 

The oceans stir and the mountains fall.

Humans have come and we're destroying all.

We're infesting the earth, our spores have released.

We're a virus, an infection; We're a fucking disease!

 

We drain the resources out of the earth.

We're the cancer with flesh, infected at birth.

Bringing pain and death is everything we do.

The illness of a lifetime, rotten through and through.

 

We bring poison in the waters, every ocean and sea.

Ailment follows everyone, with us they're not free.

Acid falls from the sky; It burns through the land.

We're creating our own end, don't you understand!?

 

The oceans stir and the mountains fall.

Humans have come and we're destroying all.

We're infesting the earth, our spores have released.

We're a virus, an infection; We're a fucking disease!

 

We're the cancer of the waters, anthrax of the sky.

Malaria of mountains, fever flying high.

Syphilis of nature, rabies of the ground.

We defile this planet and everything around!

 

Comments2

  • Dolphine29

    If that were complitely true, this world wouldn't exist. But I do agree with you in many things, I can't be blind to the good things and love many people bring and that is also part of this world. Let's hope the ones destroying things understand this before it´s too late. But I have a small hope, things will work out ok in the end for everything.

    • Zojinjo

      Well, actually, this world would exist until a certain moment. I take human kind as a virus, a disease, slowely spreading across the world and infecting everything.

      It's quite correct if you look at how we work in nature: We go to a place and multiply ourselfs, while draining natural resources away to stay alive. When all the resources are gone, we move on to a new place. It's exactly how a virus works.

      It takes time before this world, the host of us, the viruses, will collapse. We slowly drain everything away, but do not immediatly destroy the whole world. It's a matter of time.

      It's just a race. Us, the virus, against nature, who's trying to cure itself. The plague, cancer, aids, it's just an awnser of nature to us. It's trying to rid itself of us, and I can't say I blame nature for that.

    • Cheeky Missy

      On the one hand, I tend to agree, if you examine what sinful mankind does. Given the stewardship of the earth, he tends to destroy it. The Lord God Who created man and all the rest, giving him that responsibility so long ago, is also the judge, setting a judgment day, as well as being our only Saviour, Whose mercy endures forever. This diatribe of yours against destroying mankind is fascinating and I tend to agree with it.



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