Nick Hilton

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Irrevocoble Utopia - Poem by Nick Hilton

Once there was Utopia,
Gleaming from shiny shores,
To daunting towers high,
Above the clouds and earthly,
Perils of mortal men,
They called it heaven and sayed,
The son of god comes from,
Here and here presideds the lord,
And even thoose who did not believe,
Could see Utopia clear in there,
Mindset for Utopia is perfect,
And different to every one of us,
But then we forgot Utopia,
And soon all we could see,
Was fire and industry,
And Utopia became mills and money,
And when people now say Utopia,
Thoose many men reply,
We have reached it! ,
And then thoose wise few who remain,
Of course your right,
We have reached it we have reached,
As we always were destined to do,
Irrevocable Utopia.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 22, 2005



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