Shirley D. Rogers

(Bermuda, BDA)

Our Open World - Poem by Shirley D. Rogers

Penetrating submission
To civilian passion
Yearning for scientists to explore
The piercing depth
Yet unknown through nature's huge door
Oh open world
The solid array of rare beauty
A new dawn on the horizon
Echoes our open world
Captured scenery
Decorating space sovereignty is nature's
Bounding the leaflets of my heart as it seals
The creator an inventor
External content foresighted a global sun
Microscopic comets play secretly
Blowing trade winds collectively
Preserving our enormous
Open world

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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