Man: The Perfection Of Creation?
Man: The Perfection Of Creation?2 mins 885 2 mins 885
Molded from a lump of mud
Then transformed into flesh and blood
As Man began his gradual evolution
He became the Crown of Creation
At first, the Creator blessed this being
A bright future could be seen
But as sin and greed came creeping in
It took away that innocent grin
And in its place were flaws and mistakes
Those, which man could never forsake
Though fashioned in the image of God
Is Man the perfect one in all?
He has the heart, mind and soul
But why still not complete and whole?
The answer lies in you, my friend
You are the start; you are the end
Of this mankind and humanity alone
And must conquer these stepping stones
True perfection is in your imperfections
They are to be discovered through perception
It is not what you have, but what you are
That makes you the brightest star
If only Creation made us perfect
No development one would ever detect
This perfectionism fear is bane
For absoluteness can never be attained
What is this ‘perfect’ you try to possess?
It’s just an imposter I confess
It is imperfect perfection in Man
This deficiency was Creation’s plan
You were born to be real; not perfect
Pause at your mistakes and reflect
Portray imperfection; chase your dreams
Not everything is what it seems
You have a road before you to go
Much to conquer and to know.
The Imperfection is perfect
Your flaws are for you to detect
For the only universal constant is change
All beauty is imperfect and strange
This is the very elixir of life
The Creator’s wish; the One divine
So is it not but mere illusion
Man: The Perfection of Creation?