Justin Chance Alder

(Haslett, Michigan, USA)

Second Sight - Poem by Justin Chance Alder

Beyond the realm of science
Where the living cannot go
There lies an ancient space
In which our bodies never grow
A light left on inside of us
to tell us of our fate
A savage trick reminding us
To change when it's too late

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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