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Can include, short stories, essays, poetry and prose.
Must not exceed 3,000 words.
Must be written by a current ESA student, or alumni.
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Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Nature's Questioning

Nature's Questioning
Erika Sage

You like to say that you like plants. But is that really true?

Do you like trees, growing up to be as tall as the sky itself?

Mosses? Covering the rocks like a warm blanket?

How about the venus flytrap?

Or a pitcher plant?

Or a lily pad?

Or even algae?

You may enjoy plants, but how about nature as a whole?

Do you enjoy hearing the birds chirping when you wake up?

How about the cool breeze blowing across your face on a particularly humid day?

Or the quiet pitter-patter of raindrops on your windowsill?

And the squirrel, climbing on trees while you’re taking a stroll in the park?

You might enjoy nature, so do you enjoy poetic works written about the subject?

Do you?

Well, let’s face it.

It’s only natural.

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