Winston Edgar Hall
The Semester Begins - Poem by Winston Edgar Hall
The intoxicating aroma of an
Incoming Autumn contextually
Fastened to the College's new
Solidarity gives out a familiar
Embrace; a reception of our
Reluctantly eager minds.
The individual components of
Today work together and are
Apparent in their own right, all
Deserving an honorable mention
At the very best. Oh, such
Perfection our perceptions hold!
Poet's Notes about The Poem
In the second half, there is an aspect of human perspective and how remarkable each perspective is, given the different experience levels and knowledge each person remarkably contains. Then, given the intricate web of life and how we have been given the opportunity to analyze these situations in our own unique ways, only because the way of things have been tuned so perfectly so as to allow perception at all.
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