Poets & Poems
By Bravo Child
Warn the people that they have to be rich.
Use organic petrol.
Be ready to be micro-chipped.
We are all running, if time stops we stop.
Tall or small, down ...
By Brook Emery
A river winds through Pitt Street Mall,
speckled fish swim eagerly to work, children leap,
pick marshmallows from the trees; everyone stops
to say hello; cars dance, bikes ring silent ...
By Jane Gibian
The city is like an overcrowded brain
So we use autopilot in our electric car,
Then sit back to relax and dream.
Solar energy powers the city lights
And we ...
By Gareth Jenkins
Gravity has diminished and we are hovering.
Tree-houses in the sky drink of firework-auroras,
needle-thin buildings arc over lakes and parks.
Friendship floats in bubbles amongst United Aliens,
life is ...
By Anna Kerdijk Nicholson
The hover-dog was chasing the hover-mailman who was
trying to give me a parcel - it flew into my hands.
It was a self-writing pencil and a computer game.
I said ...
By Elena Knox
When I travel in a bubble
Over made-of-metal trees
I can hear amidst the babble
Lots of people saying "please"
By Romaine Moreton
Waves washing define our shores,
And those to come,
We are one.