Who knew there were so many poets spread amongst our ever-growing community of WikiAnswers supervisors? We didn’t until we asked! We’ll share some of their work with you in the coming weeks.
We’re kicking things off with none other than Zenballwizard, a Silver Contributor who studies Eastern philosophy in his spare time. He explains that the following piece symbolizes how our quest for knowledge can cut both ways as we live our lives.
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“Meteorology Lesson” by Zenballwizard
Well, I could spin you tales of troughs aloft
How masses move between the poles and doldrums
Regale you with the intricacies of
The Polar High, La Niña and El Niño
And you’d be fascinated by the way
The air flows along isobars and boundaries
And how the cold fronts form when air slides under
The humid masses moving from the tropics
Or we could step outside and close our eyes
And be the wind