3D Printers

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
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Submitted: April 15, 2013

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3D Printers

 

I wish to write about the glory of man.
How his inventions have changed the world,
For better or for worse – we dominate.
There may be more flies or ants than us
But all know who’s Earth this is.
And more. Who’s Moon? Who’s Mars?
Ours is ours when we land man
(Or man-made machine): it’s ours.
The flags we plant grow not for a nation
But for human kind.

Yes we may have gone a little ‘OTT’
With escalators and automatic doors,
The things that beg the question,
‘Brilliant or lazy?’ But both is fine,
As long as A and B meet sustainably.
And while the green is a little hazy
Just see the breadth of man’s possibilities
And no that the Cs are temporary,
For the world we live in is far
From stationary.

As long as foresight clears the veil
And the next of kin poke heads from clouds
We’ll see the world from up above
And change it to suit our needs.
Comfort will be what we make
And when that comfort’s not enough
We’ll find a new home in which to rest
Our hard-working thinking heads.
For what we need is what we’ll make.
This universe is ours to take.


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