Bodies Heavenly – pity this child

Bodies Heavenly – pity this child

|Poetry|Aaron Blakeley

A child’s eye is sparked with incandescent curiously The world turns fast with him firmly affixed to its surface A river of lava flows deep underneath him Above the stars and the spinning bodies heavenly In the wings passiveness waits to make manhood sterile Time flows without stopping to savor the life it decays The man waits for the spinning bodies to move closer well beyond reach the frontier calls with a lamenting carol If ever the man need find the frontier If ever he longs for the jagged cliffs of an alien moon Or the danger of territory unexplored He need only look inward to pioneer   I have been trying my hand a poetry lately and this the ...

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