Olga Z. Wakal
Perhaps Too - Poem by Olga Z. Wakal
I always wonder about the origin of the races.
I believe we all arrived from different places.
Mot in space crafts but from ocean depths and shores
Transported as D.N.A embedded in meteors.
Showers of these sank in our seas and our land mass
At many different stages in our geological past.
Each evolving life form contributed to our atmosphere
Enabling each species to evolve and exist here.
Will we be propelled in the right direction
Or will we permit ourselves to explode into resurrection?
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