Tyrannosaurus Revenge

April 4, 2011
By Phanstein PLATINUM, Claremont, California
Phanstein PLATINUM, Claremont, California
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Favorite Quote:
Wise men talk because they have something to say, fools talk because they have to say something.

-- Confucius


Sunlight filters through the primordial ooze,

the dinosaurs roam the Earth once more.

Slowly, but surely, the fossils take their revenge.

Slowly, they blanket and choke the life out of the planet.

The humans, unknowingly, are the resurrectors of these ancient monsters.

Never sated, their hunger summons more and more through the fires.

The trees attempt to fight back, absorbing the toxic fumes and locking the killer fossils within their bodies.

They are overrun, can no one stop the dinosaurs' horrendous rampage?

This disaster's reversal hangs solely as the dead albatross upon the necks of the resurrectors themselves.

The author's comments:
This is a poem about the consequences of our continued dependence on fossil fuels.

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