Author: Barbara Gibson
What would it be like to take a trip into space?
And survey the earth and the whole human race.
Cross water and land and snow capped peaks
And stay there…. for weeks and weeks.
To see spring turn to summer and then
Autumn and winter and back again
Waterfalls, rivers, lakes and seas
Forests covered with pine trees.
Jungle dense and dark below
Deserts golden in the suns glow.
The frozen north glistening and white
Making such a delightful sight.
People working whatever their race
Intent on keeping up with the pace
Hustling here and bustling there
All with hope, willing to share.
The whole of the universe pleasant below
I've been into space and now I know.
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