Solstice Poem December 2014

Solstice time, winter The God-man-hero wearily Forward treads, now in his Cold grave dreamily reposes In midwinter’s dark, dead-like embrace His form atomized, repolarized Old wounds, still burning Staunched, quieted, blemish left to remind Time’s vassal,...

Thoughts on the Autumnal Equinox

Autumnal Equinox Equal night and day We turn the corner on another season. Our daylight loss becomes now The southern hemisphere’s gain. Passing out of Virgo constellation now, The Autumnal equinox promenades Through the zodiacal round every 26 thousand years....

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