Summer Solstice - Poem by Mylah Ferrer
Tis the changing of the seasons
where the midnight sun meets the day,
and time stands still, eerily unmoving
summer and winter at same.
Oh, earthy eccentricity
in heavens, a touch of divine
the lofty stars get mingled in confusion,
Cancer and capricorn dance
Goddess of spring, maidens of earth,
in placid twilight, the ghost sun lingers
A god's fleeting shadow veiled.
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