Loving Poem About NASA


NASA says they’re going to look more
For things they’ve never found.
How do they know what to look for
If they’ve never found them?

When Pooh looked for heffalumps
He never found the missing grumps.
But when Columbus looked for China
He found something much more fine-a.

Recently, I lost my sets of keys.
It was indeed of a time of anguish.
But I found them, for you see
I knew what for to wish.

So NASA, look around stars
Then you’ll find what is new
When you look up in the blue
OK, live large. Find planets, too.


– Paul De Lancey, The Comic Chef, Ph.D.


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2 thoughts on “Loving Poem About NASA”

  1. If Columbus was around today and looking for China, he would just need to look up.

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