Life With No Gravity – Poem

I’m afraid that after finishing the poem about Sidney Keyes I read it to a few people and have since decided to enter it for the Bridport Prize, this means I cannot post it here for months! I should, however, be posting a short story soon.

Life With No Gravity

The smiles have gone, as has hard work to create some new endeavour,

I cannot initiatize – inexistance unseizable.

Frustrated, the soul feels homeless, aimless, and without gravity.

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