Ray Andrews


Paths - Poem by Ray Andrews

On one side it's light
The other is dark
The next instant it's different
Meridians on the move

Gravity takes us in
Compels us to a spin
Around an axis
Around a compelling fire

Newton and Mercator
Clear directions sure
Finding here our way
East, west, up, down, round and round

There are millions of other paths
Unexplained by history's greats
A million gnawing questions
For one, about our fates


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 3, 2005

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 3, 2005


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