Venus - Poem by Juan Olivarez
Little bright star, in the eastern sky
how you sparkle from way up high.
Like a diamond shining from far away,
I see you from the bed, on which I lay.
Through my open window, your light shines through,
twinkling in colors of white, yellow, and blue.
Light years behind, the bright golden moon,
that send her beams into my room.
You are the first star I see tonight,
low in the horizon shining so bright.
Making your trip through the evening sky,
all through the night, till the morning is nigh.
You'll be there tomorrow, promptly again,
staying all night, till the moon starts to wane.
Thousands of years the whole human race,
has looked up to see, your beautiful face.
5/12/10 29 palms ca.
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