by A Dinosaur
Oh, how the world has changed since my time on Earth,
Gone are the days when I ruled the land with my might.
Now I am confined to fossils and museums,
A distant memory of a long-forgotten era.
I remember the lush forests and sprawling savannahs,
The herds of prey that roamed beneath the sun.
But now, all that remains are ruins,
The world I once knew is no more.
I lament the passing of time,
And the fate that befell my kind.
But I will always live on in the memories of those who knew me,
The mighty dinosaur, now lost to time.