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    He,
    who would
    trot out the rack
    to baptize
    those with villainous intent,
    in torrents of misery,
    may yet press,
    from their trembling lips,
    the answers that one seeks.

    But what becomes of a land
    whose rulers cast
    lumbar shadows on the divine,
    then, raise their sullied hands
    to praise him?

    That is the question.
    Last edited by DWAYNE; 04-28-2016, 08:41 AM.

  • #2
    This is nice, I really liked it.

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    • #3
      My answer is Jesus. Elite Corporate Wellness

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      • #4
        Wow,
        Last edited by BobGrantKC; 10-08-2020, 05:21 AM.

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        • #5
          Bless your soul. You're so good.

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          • #6
            It is interesting question, I think

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            • #7
              Hmmm noice

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              • #8
                1. Sunlight
                Sunlight is the primary source of energy for any plant. Without sunlight, plants cannot survive. Plants need sunlight to produce food, make their own hormones, and regulate their internal clock. When the sun goes down, the plant's circadian rhythm slows down and its metabolism becomes slower. If the sun does not rise again, the plant will eventually die.
                2. Water
                Water is the second most important resource for any plant. A plant requires water to live. Without water, the plant will wilt and die. Water helps the plant to carry out many processes including respiration, transpiration, and photosynthesis.
                3. Carbon Dioxide
                Carbon dioxide is the third most important resource for any living thing. It is a gas that is necessary for the plant to breathe. Without carbon dioxide, plants would suffocate.
                4. Oxygen
                Oxygen is the fourth most important resource for any organism. It is a gas necessary for the plant to breath. Without oxygen, plants would suffocate and die.
                5. Temperature
                Temperature is the fifth most important resource for any creature. It is a measure of how hot or cold something is. In nature, temperature fluctuates throughout the day and year. Temperatures vary between night and day, summer and winter, and even inside and outside.
                6. Humidity
                Humidity is the sixth most important resource for any being. It is a measure that tells us how much moisture is present in the air. In nature, humidity varies throughout the year and season.
                7. pH
                pH is the seventh most important resource for any species. It is a measurement of acidity or alkalinity. In nature, pH fluctuates throughout the seasons and year.‚Äč

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                • #9
                  Dwayne, always enjoy reading your poetry and its thought provoking subject. You had me from the title on.

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