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Rachel Singhal

Tragedy Fantasy


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Rachel Singhal

Tragedy Fantasy


Homesick

Homesick

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That day was certainly a fateful one

When I landed on this planet, so close to the sun

I remember that feeling of dread and fear

And I was thinking, “Would I ever get out of here?”


Only if I had listened to my mother

Instead of answering the call of adventure

I would have been at home now, among my kind

How could I have been so blind?


Earth is what this weird planet is named

To even talk about it I feel ashamed

It is so dirty, so polluted, and also very hot

Do the people living here care about their planet or not?


Back in Zena, I was so happy, it’s true

Everything was cold, everything was blue

In this new world, there are so many shades

It hurts my eyes; I feel so afraid.


The creatures living here, they are so lame

All of them look different, no two are the same

Nobody cares about each other, I don’t understand

No one is friendly, no one lends a hand.


I don’t want to stay here anymore

I want everything to be like before

How I wish this ordeal is over, really quick

I just want to go home; I feel homesick.


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