Giorgio A. V.

Rookie - 674 Points (Athens, Greece)

Huge Power Station's reactor


Huge Power Station's reactor,
The generator fast rotates,
Magnetic field and conductor
Electric power will create.

I stand alone amidst the field,
Nine hundred fifty megawatts
The AC power's ‘nough to build,
Bright lighted days from the night's nought.

I am the Giant on the field,
It's my decision to conduct,
My electromagnetic shield,
Protects your insignificance.

I am the power's perfection,
Burn fossil fuels to extremes,
I am your mind's first projection
Of Gods' Mechanical machines.

I am your soul's introspection,
My imperfection leads your days
The stratosphere's heat advection,
And all your lives I can defray.

Huge Power Station's reactor,
The generator fast rotates,
Magnetic field and conductor,
Electric power will create.

I stand alone amidst the field,
Nine hundred fifty megawatts
The AC power's ‘nough to build,
Bright lighted days from the night's nought.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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