Clive Culverhouse

Gold Star - 19,857 Points (England)

Juggling Space Junk - Poem by Clive Culverhouse

Galactically gathering space floaters
cruising unseen wind

raging unchartered regions
blowing in like decaying leaves

and seeds from trees to trample.
Bills from necessities

partner cold call circulars
annoyingly ending up

on mats to be glanced
with a tut and thrown

into bins or drawers
(which are keep bins)

The fodder of space junk
flies in from those hurling

cosmos hands, unfolded,
fiddling of twiddling thumbs

with rarely a letter of note.
If only gravity

was a little less determined
and space a little bigger

Topic(s) of this poem: life, space

Comments about Juggling Space Junk by Clive Culverhouse

  • Luo Zhihai (4/18/2018 7:48:00 AM)

    raging unchartered regions

    Life is a sea! Vast!

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  • Jez Brul (4/18/2018 7:22:00 AM)

    Wow, what a wonderful write! Vividly crafted imagery is brilliantly penned..10++++++ (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 18, 2018

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