Kathy Hockey

(Saginaw, Michigan, USA)

The Sun - Poem by Kathy Hockey

It springs its glorious body
out of the horizon
And spreads its gentle warmth
to everything arising,
it silently caresses
the creatures and trees below
And awakens the earth's flowers
to kiss and make them grow It flows its heavenly body
to the earth far below
Its beauty, warmth, and splendor
to countries it unfolds
It wraps us in its warmth
Its pleasure undenied
To go on forever
The Sun, it hypnotize


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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