Future Generations


by Mark R. Elsis

Future generations will be no more.

Our evolutionary process of 4.56 billion years will have been in vain.

If we Homo sapiens haven't already crossed our irreversible Omega point,
we will very soon.

Once passed,
life will rapidly disintegrate into an ever-increasingly nightmarish slippery slope,
till we will finally become extinct.

Confluences of unsustainable destructive forces are cumulatively contributing to this endgame
by creating domino-effect failures throughout the ecosystems on Earth.

It is in deed quite morbidly paradoxical, that we are decimating as quickly as we possibly can,
the very ecosystems that supply us with the sustenance of life itself.

Future generations will be no more,
and today's generations are the greedy thieves who have stolen their life.