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Nebulas and Novas
by James  Walters

Somedays I can fathom 
Comets' tails and wind;
Nebulas and novas,
Angels on a pin;
Genies granting wishes,
Fortunes being told;

Heaven showing glimpses,
Children growing old;
Symphonies and emeralds,
Snow and autumn's leaves;
Blossoms, wine and kisses,
Dreams and memories;
Miracles and potions,
Tragedies and fear;
Tears begot by laughter,
Smiles begot by tears.
But I cannot fathom
How it came to be
Love beyond my merit
Was divined on me.
        

Poem ID: 37059   Poem Posted: 7/16/2000
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