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Chris Leermakers

Rookie - 37 Points (13/10/1974 / Melbourne, Australia)

Outer Space


Look Out
Into Each Lonely Star
No Matter How Desolate
And Far Apart They Are
For We Will Never Know
The Reaches Of Deep Outer Space
Man Can Never Know
A Different And Challenging Living Race
Man To Him's Superior
There Is No Other Kind
No Matter Of The Thoughts
That Travel Through Our Mind
Some Things Are Left Unknown
It Works Out Best This Way
For We Don't Want To Wake Up
In A Different Kind Of Day
I Can't Take For Granted
It Makes Me Want To Shout
That Each Lonely Star
Will Someday Scream Right Out
The Light It Takes To Reach Us
Like A Great Deal Of Spilt Wine
Vast, Intense, Indefinite, Quick
It's Traveling
Through Time And Space
I Think I'm Going To Be Sick
I Wonder If We Ever Knew
Would We Ever Know
I Wonder If They Do
Where Can They Go
Without Being Seen
Mars, Pluto, Jupiter
Big Deal, Just A Different Scene
Come On
Do You Want To Make Me Proud
Finally
Of Being Part Of This Race
Go Out There And See
What Is In Outer Space...

Submitted: Monday, June 24, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, June 25, 2013
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