Zander William Pearson
A Speck In The Universe - Poem by Zander William Pearson
Our Earth - a mere grain
in an ocean of sand
a great, majesty wonder
It's power is great
All fight for dominance
And in the small galaxy,
a small area contains a tiny sun
the sun having 8 even smaller planets
On one, are the minuscule, insignificant life forms.
In the whole of the universe,
were are not but the tiniest piece
Each of us,
a speck in the Universe.
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