Ray Lucero


Moon Mythology - Poem by Ray Lucero

Some say “The moon is made of green cheese”
Others argue “It’s just a hollow orb
Placed there by a race from Sirius B”
I say “Pass the crackers please”
“Let’s eat this strange anomaly”

Indeed...

The Universe is full of wondrous things
Planets, asteroids, suns, even black holes
Along with countless, divers beings
Who may look different, yet be kindred souls
Rejoice…
God in all His Wisdom could not afford
To allow creatures such as us be bored

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 19, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 20, 2011


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