All Around - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
All around the merri-go-round,
And all around the planet.
Didn't matter which route you took,
You know nature and man did plan it.
It seemed one day, I looked at it,
The merri-go-round going fast.
I wondered looking at it,
How long the whirling would last.
Either way I understood,
The motion round and round,
Of this Earth and merri-go-round,
Whirling all around.
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