Star Trek (#2) - Poem by David Keig
We search amongst the stars for life
Like moths forever seeking light
We cannot bear just being alone
Beam me! Beam me! Scottie! Home!
Now we can hear the moon from Mars
And Titan's vicious thunderstorms
I wonder if its best to be
Right here on earth and just being me.
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