Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 14,117 Points (March 8,1994 -)

Prehipoic - Poem by Dexsta Ray

The young Brochiosaurus hatched
Mama is gone
The other eggs were broken
In the nests
All around
Where the rest were gone
And pow!
A heavy shadow from above
Ay, the sun obscured
Large tree falling down about to crush the newer!
Scampered up the side of the aperture of the former haunt
Barely made it
Trying to stand up this strange
Stay and gauge it
Prey awaiting major danger
See a bunch of angry Allosaurs' in front
They maybe saw it
Young Brochiosaurus moved towards devoid of caution
Unaware of predators and stuff
Stopping at the plants
Seemed like something to eat
And it was good at that
Allosaurus caught it's scent and started stepping
Moving inward
Saw the grasses but the blades would hide his true appearance
Dinosaurs walked into and nearest
Look at the ferns!
The young Brochiosaurus hid away when that occurred
Had to be an instinct
Hurried in abandoned log
And you crazy if you thought that Allosaurus stalled!
Chasing up behind it
Crushing up the weakest points
Biting off the chunks of dying wood to try to see the choice
Getting a little closer
Saw a tree ahead
Approaching it
Brochiosaurus turned away
The Allosaurus jolted it
The Brochiosaurus moved as fast as could
Never thought of death
Kept moving 'til it'd trip and fall and lost it's step
Tossed into the jungle
Falling off a high cliff
And to escape a dinner plate and be too small to lie here
Although to look, and while awake, see the old of his kind
Another image of it's face
With it's nose and it's eyes
But like a million pounds in weight
A million miles away
But the pastures and this cycle
Which are still around today
Are to smile to

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 11, 2015

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