Lost In Space - Poem by Gerry Legister
Astronauts talk to each other
About the strange phenomenon.
they had seen on the edge of another sphere;
when they had gone to the moon.
Traveled for miles to such a long way
Lost in transition trying to reach heaven,
in space dreaming of giving their testimony,
with stories they no longer could contain.
If they had found something unique
Habitation exist through the black hole,
From our world to somewhere intrigue,
Worth more than silver or gold.
Imagine distance in mind over matter
They will be able making regular tours,
See the stars often those we adore,
Move from earth to planetary shores.
Lost in space embrace the risk they took,
they try to get to space on the next shuttle,
With extra space for a scientific book,
They would fly away from earthly trouble.
And find curious thrills of adventure,
With thousands of aliens orbiting earth,
In our space becoming more of a danger
Society will soon put them in mental health
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