Another one - for the fans of English literature:
If - by Rudyard Kipling
(This is actually a quotation from a play, "Back to Methuselah," by the great Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw. However, many people of my age in the United States first heard it, in a slightly modified form, when Robert F. Kennedy "borrowed" it for one of his speeches).
I hear you say "Why?" Always "Why?" You see things; and you say "Why?" But I dream things that never were; and I say "Why not?"
This is very poetic language--don't expect it to make sense. It is not an example of good English grammar. This particular poet, "e. e. cummings," had a personal mannerism of writing everything in lower case, so it is not properly capitalized. I like this poem a lot. I memorized it and recited it in high school. It needs to be read aloud, to get the sound of the words.
what if a much of a which of a wind
gives the truth to summer's lie;
bloodies with dizzying leaves the sun
and yanks immortal stars awry?
Blow king to beggar and queen to seam
(blow friend to fiend: blow space to time)
--when skies are hanged and oceans drowned,
the single secret will still be man
what if a keen of a lean wind flays
screaming hills with sleet and snow:
strangles valleys by ropes of thing
and stifles forests in white ago?
Blow hope to terror; blow seeing to blind
(blow pity to envy and soul to mind)
--whose hearts are mountains, roots are trees,
it's they shall cry hello to the spring
what if a dawn of a doom of a dream
bites this universe in two,
peels forever out of his grave
and sprinkles nowhere with me and you?
Blow soon to never and never to twice
(blow life to isn't: blow death to was)
--all nothing's only our hugest home;
the most who die, the more we live.
--e. e. cummings
What if there's no human in the world. After world war like the movie "I am legend"
A World Without Humans. Aww good. xD