Eugenia Hummel

(Tuscon, Arizona)

Eclipse - Poem by Eugenia Hummel

There are those who say
man should not walk the moon
Lest light should fade away
And the universe darken soon

And others still denying
That man deserves right
to dare to dream of a day
When all eternity will be in sight

Still I would pray
That while this rarity
Shadows the moon's bright ray
Men could seek peace and tranquility


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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