Poet Lady Katz: new forum reply to Mighty Men

New reply from Susan Katz

<p>Work on this line.  It does not make sense in English.  "As it would into turn into anything…"</p>


Original Post by Being_oasis

Mighty Men

<p>Peeping through the window,</p>
<p>Running in the wild I saw,</p>
<p>My younger self</p>
<p>Just look how handsome he was</p>
<p>A boy of simple bones and flesh</p>
<p>With nothing to impress</p>
<p>Just his sheer innocence</p>
<p> </p>
<p>Basking in the glorious sun</p>
<p>Just look at this carefree soul</p>
<p>Lying under shady trees</p>
<p>Playing with the fairies free</p>
<p> </p>
<p>Then on a single day</p>
<p>The gazing sun lost its shine</p>
<p>The fairies and pixies all went blind</p>
<p>The boy was confused</p>
<p>For this time he did not know</p>
<p>What he has to do?</p>
<p>The mighty men arrived</p>
<p>The boy ran for his life</p>
<p> </p>
<p>They all went after him</p>
<p>And he sat in his car</p>
<p>The closest one to his life</p>
<p>As it would into turn into anything</p>
<p>He liked or disliked.</p>
<p>The car roared through the growing forest</p>
<p>Shooting lasers to their mortar</p>
<p> </p>
<p>As his laser started increasing</p>
<p>Pinching mighty men,</p>
<p>Piercing their weapons</p>
<p>They came with all their strength</p>
<p>Thrashing the poor boy</p>
<p>As he sat with his broken friend</p>
<p>Ah! The poor broken friend</p>
<p> </p>
<p>The mighty men took the boy with them</p>
<p>Inside their aging den</p>
<p>Schooled him till the day he learned</p>
<p>No objection to the men’s word</p>
<p>No questions out of syllabus</p>
<p>Only mug, mug and mug</p>
<p> </p>
<p>After years of programming</p>
<p>The boy was released</p>
<p>A shattered machine in the wild fields</p>
<p>Waiting to unite,</p>
<p>With his love, his life</p>
<p>His friend of old time</p>
<p>Which still laid in the forest</p>
<p>The forest known as child</p>
<p>And the friend was none other than</p>
<p>His mind, imagination open wide</p>