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Kushagra Goyal


A Postcard From Future


In the science exhibition, youngest of all minds was mine
A motor, a battery, a volcano, but I was to shine
An atomic collidor was what i present before them
A loose screw, non working prototype, I was out of line

Disappointed I was, further failure, light was dim
Left behind was science, in an inn i served soup and cream
amazed to find a postcard, dated 20 years from then
Appriciated I was, help was certain, sky was place to swim

For a minor modification, sponsorship from a leading institution
Many for researches, experiments, one day and one invention
became the face of mordern humankind
A settlement of my own, encourage young mind and creation

Started working for time travel and teleportation
A minor breakthrough, soul-less things moved without motion
An apprentice's work in the theoretical physics
wrote a postcard, meant for encouragment and appriciation

Accidently kept on the teleporter, a non working time machine
Sent it to myself, to my past, the signal was green
perplexed and happy simultaneously, i was
It was I who helped me, I was my shimer to be seen

Submitted: Thursday, September 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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