lee fones

emergency earth to moon

earth to moon can you hear me
yes i can earthly one
hopefully soon you'll see
that one day humans gone

earth to moon did you receive
these humans bring much doom
i really must conceive
these humans are just gloom

moon to earth i cant believe
your message sounds so sad
why don't you get sick leave
as humans must drive you mad

moon to earth they got to me
but i soon saw them off
wanted to build station see
then gave them violent cough

earth to moon I've tried that
black death and the plague
trouble is they fought back
with vaccines made in Hague

earth to moon i'm frightened
of what will happen next
me equator is more tightened
and volcanoes about to vexed

moon to earth hang in there
sure everything will be alright
i'll see you in the morning their
but for now please sleep tight

Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: earth

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