From here we view infinity
Through starlight’s hazy glow
The heights we’ve reached are unsurpassed
Compared to the world below.
The human race is but a speck In our magnificent creation
And tiny ants think they control
Each kingdom and each nation.
Yet little do they realise their place in our great plan
We, the creators, looking down on pathetic little man.
For over eons we’ve observed that fragile world below
And gazed in sad bemusement at how little those ants know
Time and space and matter all contribute to the mix
For how much longer can those tiny ants neglect to fix
The awful devastation wrought by their mad intent
To abuse that small blue planet and its fair environment
And in a distant universe, beyond infinity’s horizon
There spins another planet in starlight’s fading glow
Perhaps a new replacement for
The dying world below…