What Was Wrought, a poem by David & Sharon Wagoner at Spillwords.com
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What Was Wrought

What Was Wrought

written by: David & Sharon Wagoner

 

The Earth unique was yet naught.
The star’s multitude not yet wrought.
The universe but a golden thought.

What impulse made creation,
engendering this conception,
creation explosive and immense?

Moon’s impact nativity,
icy collision’s gift water.
Earth guarded by Jupiter’s gravity.

Our star’s singular oneness
Planetary orbits stable;
days of impacts long off the table.

David Wagoner

David Wagoner

David Wagoner is a retired CAD programmer and Master Machinist who has been writing poetry since high school. He has appeared in a number of anthologies: "Poet's Unify World," "To Dads- with Love," "SCENTSIBILITY," "Metaphorphosis."
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Sharon Wagoner

Sharon Wagoner

Sharon Wagoner is a retired university tutor and research assistant who writes for educational magazines. She has a number of stories up on Amazon: "Inheritance," "When Hell Freezes Over," "The Devil's Bonfire," "Not a Ghost of a Chance," "The Summoning." She wrote a children's book together with David Wagoner: "An Arabian Adventure."
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