Here's one about thinking!
The Charging Bull.
On the plains:
A charging bull moves quickly over the land,
Then pauses to decipher its speed.
The behemoth's brain speaks not until suspended in time,
When not charging to kill or rushing to feed.
In the city:
Worn thin are the faculties of the madman's brain,
And worn thin are his fingernails sheathed.
He claws at the walls and sighs as he falls,
But given time to think, his mind is relieved.