Lime Green, a Poem by Louise Sharkey.
Lime Green, Slime Green, the worst color I’ve ever seen.
O’ woe is me, and poor Hahli, as her arm breaks and comes free,
Snapped plastic on the floor, I can’t take this anymore.
O’ Hahli, Ehlek and Gorast, into the microwave you’re all amassed.
I’ve had enough of your infernal green, now relieved I observe the scene.
Melting, Joints of lime. Melting slowly, into slime.
No longer shall they burden me, my MOC’s of green, are finally free.
But as I pace to my room, I hear a snap and over me comes a sudden gloom.
Under my foot, I dare not ask, but of course there, in pieces…
Lewa’s Mata mask.