The Moon

We as kids look up at night in a horse, a car, a train or-the lucky ones-a plane and see the moon. We see it moving between the clouds and we tell someone around “look, the moon is following us”. We as kids, as people, think that it revolves around us just like anything else in life is supposed to. Even Aristotle made this mistake that an innocent kid did. He told the world that everything revolves around the Earth. Scratching the fact that we are actually a spec in the Universe.  We just physically know what we see, but emotionally we are afraid of revolving around another planet were some one says “look, the Earth is following us”.

This poem is about: 
Our world


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