Virginia M. Heprian

(Cleveland, Ohio)

Pearl - Poem by Virginia M. Heprian

The moon is like a pearl
In heaven's dusky dress.
A splendor of iridescence...
It glows with mellowness.

The stars are meshed in dewdrops,
They shed a silvery light
Upon a sleeping universe...
The hush of velvet night.

A spray of golden moonbeams,
Clings in soft caress.
The moon is like a pearl,
In heaven's dusky dress.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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