THE SOUNDS OF THE EARTH'S HISTORY (Seeded In My Mind By Tomas D))

Now the scientists say
Say of that the light of distant stars
That light had travellled millions of miles
Many of the lights that we see at night
Er of course during the day light and all arrives
Fair enough says I
What of the sounds? Asks I - me being a bit of a dunderhead
Has kid I heard on the radio my age being 12 or were I 13
That the battle sounds of Waterloo could be heard out in space
Kin hell thought I!
Imagine if you can if you dare to
All the wars small tribal wars to the world wars and all wars in between them all
Hardly surprising that distant stars with intelligent lifeforms have keep their

Distance!




Ken D Williams

The Dyslexic Wordsmith Of Thanet





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Written on 2019-10-26 at 17:38

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Thomas D The PoetBay support member heart!
Wonderful, Ken! I'm so glad to have helped to spur the exploration of thought in this fine poem!
2019-10-27