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Polar Bearings (Free verse) by impert&ent
If you drew a line right round this earth It would pass between us Like a crack in the shell of a great brown egg A few more rotations and your chicks will leave home Making fragments of your world Drawing new creases around your brow We follow those lines with every day of our lives Living along and in between Not sure if ends meet or paths cross But believing in the line is easier than taking a dive From this bit of shell And swimming free

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