dark haiku

Today the napowrimo prompt is interesting.

Have you ever heard someone wonder what future archaeologists, whether human or from alien civilization, will make of us? Today, I’d like to challenge you to answer that question in poetic form, exploring a particular object or place from the point of view of some far-off, future scientist? The object or site of study could be anything from a “World’s Best Grandpa” coffee mug to a Pizza Hut, from a Pokemon poster to a cellphone.

Happy writing!

 

archaeologists-

not present in this future

spring did not come here

 

alien beings-

human footprints gone forever

dark future summers

 

bone and ash layer-

remains of us in autumn

winter came for all

 

 

 

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napowrimo 26/30(2)

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