Train

September 20, 2010
By WritersBliss18 BRONZE, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania
WritersBliss18 BRONZE, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania
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A train travels on a track of metal spikes and ties
It travels to an end, a meaningful approach
Children in trees watch the constantly steady process
Lives at ports waiting, never entering the space of the snake that wont stop
Overcoming tides flow over a car, a segment
The tide stops at the port
Those at this station have already swam

They are waiting to snorkel


The author's comments:
This poem talks about the process of life. It means that there is life beyond Earth, and that is ultimately where we will find peace.

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