mifael llauderes


Extinctions - Poem by mifael llauderes

man won more arguments than friends
now they are constant companions,
is the cognizance jammed
in too narrow a spectrum.. thus the friction?

if the world is round how come
the implements measure it flat?
from the cyclic patterns of the universe
man veers to a finite path


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 4, 2010



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