Posts Tagged "christina sng"

The Storm Creatures

by on Sep 28, 2016 in Poetry | 0 comments

We fly with the storm, Spinning too fast for them To catch us. The fuel feeds us, Keeps us safe From the monsters. But our world is shrinking, Our numbers dying. Collision deaths, Once a thing of the past Now commonplace. We no longer live Long enough to spawn, Too many of us Swept away...

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The Perfect Planet

by on May 31, 2016 in Poetry | 2 comments

In my mind we’ve found you A million times — The brilliant aquamarine planet, Marbled as Earth but twice as gaseous, With seas deep as the Mariana Trench On the cusp of an explosion of life, Orbiting twin Suns double its size. The ice planet with a frosty ocean, Teeming with flora and...

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The Dissection

by on Sep 1, 2015 in Poetry | 4 comments

We won the war Against the invaders. By accident, of course. Now several million carcasses Of the mile-long alien jellyfish Lie scattered all over the world. Scientists flocked to study them, Setting up camps around The perimeter of the creatures’ bodies. We discovered their luminous...

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