Poem series: Space: Sonnet

There is a globe that sits against a wall,
with a stuffed bear that keeps it in its space,
it’s small and round and looks just like a ball,
and the stuffed bear does keep it in its place.

But the small globe does look at what is drawn,
the map that shows the water and the land,
and it does wish to travel and be gone,
and take the trip that in its in mind it planned.

But the stuffed bear does hold the globe quite still,
and though the bear does this with kind regard,
the globe it does still have a feel of will,
and does so wish to leave its present guard.

A globe that sees a world that’s drawn on it,
remains upon the shelf where it does fit.