There's this unique bright bestowed on our earth's surface,
That the sun, the stars and the moon have come to spectate.
Her sparkles surpass the sun's and the stars' stoop,
The moon of the night at will joins the hailing group.
With no regard to their heights kings have come to adore,
Queens and princesses too with their loftiness on the floor.
All dazzled by the beam of her smile,
Whence I found the light for this to compile.
As today your unveiling we celebrate blessed queen,
To thy Potter I plead this bliss evergreen.
That no cut to thy breath will breathe
As this world and all it entails seethe.
Great you now and tomorrows more,
Not like mere flowers at the rise of sun die.
But like gold at the tests of fire soar,
Till when this phase waves us all goodbye.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem