Jaya Razo


Kingdom Earth


Thou art strong and mighty in thy glory
The title of ‘our home’ Thou art worthy
Home that thy are, for thy majesty’s sake
Both of thy own king and queen give or take

Of controlling forces of space and time
Yet thou art far from the years of thy prime
A million years worth of gifts and turmoil
Above thy old and peaceful pure bred soil

A kingdom of which that owns queens and kings
And animals of the fins and the wings
The greatest treasury that could have worth
An infinite cost… That, is Kingdom Earth

Submitted: Saturday, March 20, 2010

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