Bernard F. Asuncion
Vivid Description - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
A-ims to share a clear picture;
N-ew dawn early Thursday
G-ives gladness and pleasure.
I-t's a beautiful day, producing distinct image;
E-vening shadows disappear, as the beacon turns the page.
M-orning March thirtieth
O-pens wide the sky;
N-o more coal black clouds
T-o make the blue lane cry.
A-llow your birth to bring
N-othing but a strong impression;
O-pen your eyes to the detailed or vivid description.
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