Bernard F. Asuncion
A Splendid Sight - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
S-weet smell of the morning
H-overs in the fresh air;
E-mission of fragrant scent
R-eplenishes the birth affair.
Y-our beauty and elegance both attract everyone's eyes;
Little did you know not a few are truly amazed and surprised.
M-ountain, hill and valley
A-re a wonderful view;
Y-ou fear not but enjoy hearing
O-minous rumblings from the volcano.
N-ow that the day has broken,
T-ry not to stay in the night;
E-ighth dawn in warm July promises a splendid sight.
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