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Gaia's Song

An ancient ballad about robots by Chris Wayan, 2002/4/21

"Gaia's Song" performed by The Krelkins, 2006
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Serious woman's face seen full on, head tilted; gold cat-eyes, and ferns for hair. Drawn from a vision by Chris Wayan. Click to enlarge.

Wayan:
Whither art thou faring, girl of no name?
Golden cat eyes, flickering as flame;
Curly fern fiddlenecks twine from your brow--
Love and indignation fusing somehow!

Are you Gaia coming to call?
Can we justify this all?

(flute bridge)
What have we done?
What have we done?
What have we done?
What have we done?

Gaia
Whither art thou faring, boys with your names?
To a Last Extinction, you alone to blame!
Your children of laserlight will soon rule my grass;
You'll be pets of a swifter mind you cannot grasp.

(duet)
Steel will grow and I shall cease birth.
Can we not co-exist on Earth?
Your Earth?
One silver-green quilt... Earth.

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