Out In Outer Space

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A poem about the enormous undiscovered outer space.

Submitted: July 28, 2016

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A million stars,

but only one mars.

Infinity space,

my saving grace.

Away from the world

that's about to uncurl

all the disasterous mysteries,

hidden inside.

Here I am 

with no lamp,

The stars are bright enough,

The rest is dark enough.

Perfectly balancing,

each other.

You seem you can't be smaller on Earth,

but up here you're an ant.

It's quick sand,

too beautiful to go back home.

Even the black hole,

seems like a whole other world.

We really haven't taken over the world, 

but I know in the future we might.

This wont be reserved,

or ever preserved.

We'll treat it like Earth,

and that's the sad part. 

 


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