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Starrbox Munoz

Rookie (March 29,1990 / Sunny California)

Birth Of Life


The yellow moon so large and bright
The stars shine light this quiet night
Beneath the dark blue midnight sky
Lies creation motionless and dormant

The wind so soft, ever so gently grazes dirt off the ground
It flies in mid-air, floating, wandering in a small gust of dust
Soaring and touching the foot-less halls of air

Along it brings, the seeds of life
Traveling around the world so high
Spreading little specks here and there

The new beginning of a new start
The sun awakens, the seeds come alive
A new dawn of life has just begun

Submitted: Thursday, March 22, 2007
Edited: Saturday, February 05, 2011
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