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|The StarPoet Newsletter|
XIV:XXXXVIII (01 December 2013 C.E.)
|Copyright © Lisa Jain Thompson 1948-2014. Back issues are in the Newsletter Section of the StarPoet website. Visit my contact page and get in touch.|
|Fairfax, VA, USA. Spring is but a few cold breaths distant, daffodils will soon be here. Optimism reigns no matter the season.|
Cleveland sends us winter tonight,
Temperatures dropping into the twenties;
Put away your shorts and sleeveless shells,
Suntans won't be optional until Spring.
December has arrived
Amidst the growing darkness,
Providing us an opportunity
To buy our way incessantly to joy.
The days shorten, hope expires,
Hour by week, the year slips by,
Reduced to a single braneless point
In the fabric of spacetime.
|Lisa Jain Thompson c. 2014 C.E. |