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Leslie Alexis

(111111111 / Grenada)

If the Sky Fell?


If the sky fell
Then we would
All go to hell.
We would be trapped
In darkness, and
Our world would be reckless.

If the sky fell
Then our sun, moon,
Stars would go away
And with no planes,
We couldn't go away.
If the sky fell
Then superman would be weak,
And mankind would be sick;
Then we would be done done away with.

The day would be our last
and time a thing of the past
As we are propelled into
An eternity of night.
We would have no light
To see smiles on faces.
If the sky fell, then fright
and fear would prevail
And take control of us,
As shoulder to lean on
Would be gone.
If the sky fell
It would be hell!

My sky fell,
The day you walked away:
The day you streaked me
With you last radiant ray,
My sky fell!

Copyright © 2008 Leslie Alexis

Submitted: Friday, April 30, 2010

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