Don't Blame the Rain
When you’re forced to abandon
that long anticipated game,
don’t blame the rain for
stealing away that terrain just
because this way is the only foe you see:
I saw the clouds progress to
the control of the invisible wind
bringing those drops towards the play
Yet the wind is not the culprit,
say, since without clouds would the
rain soak up the plain? The sun—
that helioradio ball of gas unable
to contain all that energy, endlessly
spewing since 8.3 minutes before
you even began to punt.
But ho! you forgot about gravity,
that attraction of the nearby dusts
collapsing these in a giant sphere
fusing to produce these “byproducts”
radiating the convection drafts.
What causes gravity then, you pray,
let me put a rifle to his head.
Perhaps the Big Bang or the Planck Time—
who inflated our universe?