A dead fly lay on the window ledge;
My breath dislodged it, and it fell
Into the arms of an up soaring wind.
And rose above the chimneys and disappeared.
Once in a way, I saw a roof
Deserting a house and home
Go sailing off as an earthbound bird.
Raising his wings flew alone.
I saw a startled rabbit, unaware,
Captured by a pierce hunting hawk, carried it skyward;
The rabbit was now dead.
And even Ordovivian rocks leap high
Impelied by outbound T.N.T.
The only question is when, you see.
So choose a trahectory, please.
And fasten your safety belts.
Its's sixty G's at take off.