By John Kaniecki
Who taught the wind to blow?
Was it the birds?
Was it the trees?
That’s not what I heard Could you tell me please?
Who taught the sun to shine?
Its warmth and beauty so fair
It’s not yours it’s not mine
It’s for all to share
Who taught the rain how to fall?
To bring life to one and all Isn’t it plain to see?
It was the God of Eternity
This poem has appeared on Jerry Jazz
John Kaniecki’s new book “Murmurings of a Madman” is found at Election Publishing
John currently serves as secretary for Rhyming Poets International and he is a member of the Revolutionary Poet’s Brigade, won the Joe Hill Poetry Labor Prize. He’s published by Struggle Magazine, The Blue Collar Review, Burning Books, Jerry Jazz, IWW Newspaper, Protest Poems, Flute, Black Magnolia, Left Curve, She Mom, Whisper, Vox Poetica, and has an e-Chapbook on Cavalcade of Stars.