Rex mayor Ubini
Judy’s Day - Poem by Rex mayor Ubini
A day once visited our world
With a display of beauty rarely noticed,
The trick heaven played on wanton eyes,
Against men who could be carried away by a flood of lust,
To the erosion of virtue on her He bestowed.
The past are men fallen facedown
To the honour of the reaper eternally.
And we learnt that yesterday can never return;
If this be truth in all faces
History would be long buried.
But today even with her wrinkled face,
She smiles to see the return of this day.
God in His august heart graced it
To fill it with with joy.
On the echelon of a small god,
Hearken to me guests of the moment,
Let the birds of colourful wings,
Take the space of the sky,
Singing songs of grace.
Let the petals of dreams unfold
Colouring the day with beautiful flowers.
Let all eyes beckoning butterflies,
Claim every space of the today’s heart,
Leaving a part for me to paint my words,
From the bottom of my heart,
Happy judy’s day.
Dedicated to Miss Judy
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