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Zackory Kzeminski

Rookie (March 19,1989 / Poughkeepsie NY)

.......Night Sky.......


Laying on our backs starring up into the night sky
listening to the calming sounds of nature
our hearts beating in perfect beats like that of a clock ticking away
as we gaze upon the night sky monitoring the movement of the stars
as the night slips on

It reminds me of a starry outline of the destiny that has been laid out before us
tempting us to seize the chance to accept the fate that awaits us
as if knowing that we will take that opportunity to make ourselves known to world

As we lay here on our backs in an open grassy field starring into the dark open void that fills the nightly skies with the stars shining like shards of broken glass twinkling down at us
as the hours slip away the morning takes away that beautiful sight every morning and yet we constantly look forward to that gratifying sight every time the sun leaves our graces

The night sky is a thing of beauty
as its the only thing left in the universe that man cannot claim as his own
and yet it's mysteries continuously unravel slowly for us to take notice of

These emotions of calming clarity and relaxation are what the night sky brings to us on a nightly basis allowing us to look onward inspired by its vastness of un-imaginable knowledge that it contains knowing that we may never understand it

And thus is the night sky

Submitted: Friday, September 03, 2010
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