Science Fiction Heart

by Wayne Mosh

Watch her as her smile fades
An idiot savant plays
Rachmaninoff with champagne
Composers of the last wave
Now calculate in time space
Your science fiction heart waits
For Christ to reappear here
Underneath the bar
Now Mary Poppins' suitcase
Packed full of children's playthings
Commemorating last days
Of spoonful's and of stars
Now symbols of a new age
That say "we've come to this place
With slightly altered heartaches
To prove we are alive"
And I think they hear us now
The Watchers in the shy
With telescopes on us
They're waiting for a sign
So won't they kindly reach down
And save us before we drown
And take us in their care
Far away from here
Anytime her smile fades
I think they hear us now

Written by: Jason Moore

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