Douglas Carter

(Chadbourn, North Carolina, USA)

Armageddon - Poem by Douglas Carter

As if time
Was crying
When mankind
Unfolded new power
It's tears mourns
The fate of Earth
That had to
Be cared for
Like and unbroken egg
That had fallen
From it's mother's nest
Handle kindly and returned
The earth like the egg
Once broken
There is no return


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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