The Green Light

December 20, 2010
By Grayson PLATINUM, West Fulton, New York
Grayson PLATINUM, West Fulton, New York
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Brilliant sunshine illuminates
all Earth’s wonders for us to watch.
Tourists assume usual roles,
looking to their bible and gods.
Still only viewing what they want
as money bags are running out.
While dull zombies wish to take part,
small golden men applaud, “Well done!”

The author's comments:
This poem had an extended metaphor that refers to what I am secretly trying to describe. There are eight lines with eight syllables in each one, the number eight also having significance to what I am actually describing. See if you can guess what it is!

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