Bernard F. Asuncion
Warm And Aglow - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
A-s the morn begins to break
N-ew dawn starts to shine;
N-ight shadows fade in the dark,
E-ventide is left behind.
I-n a cold twenty-ninth January
B-irthday bash is prepared for her;
A-n exciting and big party
S-uits the occasion to remember.
C-ome and behold the event to let everybody know;
O-ne memorable moment is keeping her warm and aglow.
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