Dr John Celes
Sonnet: The Beautiful Sky
Many a patterned clouds, I must have seen
All days of life, so glorious to the eyes;
Quite captivating too, many have been;
What beauty, so enthralling, holds the skies!
And night has shown the starry heaven’s view;
The sun and moon have added splendor much;
And dawn and twilight, awesome with their dew;
-The Master painter’s brush’s magic touch!
And rarely have I seen some rarer sights;
My mind could not discern their meanings still;
What frescoes got displayed by darkness, lights!
God promised me far better things by will!
If skies have wonders breath-taking indeed,
What more the universe can man’s heart feed!
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Copyright by Dr John Celes 22-07-2013
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