Defying Gravity (Amongst Other Things) - Poem by Bill Mitton
It’s quite a simple thing to do
just between gravity
Natural laws are binding?
Then, answer this.
It’s just a bit like singing,
Catching that single
take the law and ditch it
and draft one of
No wings of wax like Icarus
nor fear of mortal jeer
Release the ties of mind and man
Who says that you
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