Mason Maestro


One Ocean - Poem by Mason Maestro

It's only An'nu to wanna have
Everything that they've sought
And more often than not
It's taken to the Pleiades
There it goes, all the knowledge
With a head start
And as it goes, the poles are pulling apart
Here we see an unknown
Incoming with a streak
Are we one ocean, or what?

The tropic has circled full circle along the precession
And more often than not
It's taken to the Pleiades
There it goes, all the power
With a head start
And as it goes, the cities are falling apart
Here we flee the unknown
Foretold by the Greeks
Please, ignorance dismiss and take along pride
There's nothing uglier than a man losing his stride
Are we one ocean? If not
All chaos wrecks havoc
The man falls off the hammock
We're helpless in a can
God knows there's no plan
Extinction comes swiftly
Slip away, smooth as lotion
Are we one ocean?
Dear God.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Poem Edited: Friday, January 15, 2010


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