The End

The End

A Poem by Mason
"

An extreme overexaggeration

"
I'll go crawl in a cave.
Let the rivers run dry.

The trees will wilt
and the flowers will
abandon the sun and lean
more towards the moon.

Oceans turn to salt
and deserts turn to glass.

The atmosphere erodes away
and the crust begins to crumble and cave.
As the Earth is hollowed; The mantle
and core are sucked away by the vacuum of space.

No more will I believe
in such a foolish notion.

Two hearts joined by red twine;
beating in sync.
If one skips a beat,
then the other will as well.

Scientifically impossible

© 2014 Mason


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