The Ants by Christian Walsh

They live there in their little world, surviving day by day. Passing by their brothers and sisters, while along their way.

Squabbling with one another, in a futile cycle of sin, unaware that soon they will be forgotten, a vapor in the wind.

The tiny creatures spend their lives trying to survive and advance. While superior beings thrive around them, not even giving a glance.

Thinking themselves the only worthy race, they ravage all that stands in their way, not realizing that soon, for their actions, they must pay.

Such an ignorant species they are, when will they ever learn, that their glory days are reaching an end, as the hands of time continue to turn.

I assume that you are looking at these creatures with condescension and disgust, but what you must realize is that the ants are really us…

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