I Move - Poem by Drake Carwell
Day by day, I Live as if I were a möbius race,
From Beginning to End; Start and Stop.
By morning, I Move as if I were a snail,
From Wing to Wing; Left and Right.
By noon, I move as if I were a cheetah,
From Earth to Mars; Down and Up.
By night, I move as if I were a rock,
From Now to Then; Backward and Forward.
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