By: Zayd Hashmi
Competition Year: 2012
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Man is merely knowledge of existence, thoughts
Evolving with the works of the ones he taught
Some lost and forgotten in time, unsought

Owners of each era bequest
Egyptian, Greek, Arab and West
Ascending to the heavens like a tower coalesced

He hops on his Science and flies through the skies
Sees the dark and distant with expanding eyes
Decondenses fog over phenomenon once disguised

But he hasn’t yet explored hidden worlds, future homes
Only a fraction of its degree is known
Its realm is an infinite, limitless zone

His thoughts and dreams uplift the veils
Unravel potentials that physics entails
Perhaps we teach those who surpass the stars, alas set sail!
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