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Startdust and the end

We are drifting through stardust, orbiting the suns array, turning with the moon, and going where the galaxy takes us making space as we move about leaving our mark on the universe we live on a blue and green planet with bits of wight fluff we leave in our wake death and decay as we cause it every passing day and every movement the planet makes our blue and green planet is losing it's luster and glow it's halo turning gray as air turns to breathable trash making us sick and our deaths to happen early we have the need to fix what we cause but yet that it's all we do to fix it our need is too grate and deep it's too grate to fix and too deep to need anything ales and it will kill us in the end

Copyright © Amanda Shelton | Year Posted 2013


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