A world Beyond Eyes

They give our lives a lively touch
Whom we adore
but take for granted too much
I see them through my apartment door.
There are tiny dancing angels, quite like a baby
amid them a blooming pink lady
At the times when the weather was frigid
Her arms were barren branches, ever so rigid
but with the sun brightly gleaming
Her once ugly limbs are greatly teeming.
I suddenly notice the ruler shouting
It's subjects quivering
The blanched beings bent at every command
huddling together over the large, vast land.
Then I change my gaze
and I'm treated with a large soldier maze
They all stand, colossal and strong
Knowing nothing can go wrong
For deep inside they know
this is where there duties flow
They have a hopeful village to protect
A village which pays with never-ending respect.

A light bulb lit in my mind
I realized my eyes can see, but I'll be blind
until I treat nature like mankind.

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