EARTH-ACHE

A sweet dream,
A horrendous scream
Aborted.

Secret inner fears,
Now to the extreme
Ignited.

Seeking a gleam
Out in the night
I hurried.

Greed- sharpened claws,
Dripping blood
The soil deeply clenched

Dying Planet
Past glorious days helplessly
Mourned.

Droves of lost earthlings
Dark streets
Roamed

Ravenous sharks ,
biophagous marauders
I recognized

Scrumptious baitballs,
fleshy quarries
Oddly ignored


Predators and preys
For a sanctuary
They all fierily looked

Side by side
The street they sorely
lurched

Doomed
For life they desperately
Gasped

Poisonous belch
Their senses to death
Throttled.

 

The End

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