The cost of gravity

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Featured Review on this writing by hullabaloo22

Like little magnets upon a cracked ball of steel

 

The sounds of mirth 

And a child’s birth

Wealth ever growing 

A mighty mind never slowing 

Of their own course are drawn in

Following suit to faith and sin

The unavoidable coalescence

 

Siphoning bright effervescence

With bright dizzying resplendence 

The sound of aging’s a whisper, at first 

A status for which young minds thirst 

But leave it alone, and soon it’s a roar 

You’ll start to wonder why you haven’t done more 

 

We owe it to gravity that we’re held on this rock

And we measure our lives with glances at the clock 

The force that holds us atop the crust

Is the same force that will turn our bones to dust

We live our lives, with a purpose to be found 

And in enough time, we’ll return to the ground 

So while you can still stand against gravity 

Make sure your idle time’s more than a cavity


Submitted: August 15, 2020

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hullabaloo22

Nice work! Some good points along with some excellent rhyming.

Sat, August 15th, 2020 7:19pm

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Hey thanks Hull, so glad to hear you enjoyed this piece
^~ ^

Sat, August 15th, 2020 7:43pm

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