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Mar 2018
Somewhere in the spacious skies
Where large clusters of stars align
They one by one stay synchronized
Brighter than the moon at night

Visible to the naked eye
I stand waiting for the sun to rise
I’m transfixed and I’m mezmerized
Excited, and energized
For the new day that’s arrived

As I gaze up to the fading moon
I fear it has gone away too soon
To meet the sun and stay in tune
Like the morning turned afternoon

Bright colors of an orange hue
The suns’ arrival is in full bloom
It knows exactly what it must do
Stay incessant through the month of June

Warmth and a radiant glow
The sun naked and exposed
Yet stable and composed
It shines its light wherever it goes

Pronouncing itself from the east coast
Proud and loud...
The true star of the show
But way too shy to boast

Scorching hot
A new day born
Ready to ignite, but torn
And beautiful at the break of dawn
Jason Paul Klenetsky
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Jason Paul Klenetsky  45/M/Florida
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