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A Galaxy Far Away

No finer creation...

No finer creation...

An ideal symposium created, a lovely assembly of this orchestration,

Playing on high within one's ear displays its finest mood of elation.

A refreshing rendition spread on a canvas of light, in a best salutation,

Precious moods shared by day, in the night, a magnificent compilation.

A symposium of light...

A symposium of light...

Marvelously portrayed framework of the sea adjacent to the land,

Purest ocean's waters, revered by all life, of its well-unified band.

Nothing more than nature's assembly, not of a foreign intercession,

Wholesome and perfected in its actions, assisted by its collaboration.

Pristeen environment...

Pristeen environment...

A planet comprised of goodness, all dedicated in life, the inheritance,

Every life in succession, a reflection of each, and in its dependence.

All honor and esteem for each day, and the tomorrow's preservation.

As a gentle hand lifts a babe's head, while looking on in adoration.

Every mother's care...

Every mother's care...

Just what planet far far away might have this consummate design,

Will it be the third from its sun, so much like our's to turn in kind?

What a marvelous change of events, if we were to decide in this way,

Make the most of every moment on this earth, a behavior to display.

Make the most of each day...

Make the most of each day...

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whonunuwho (author) from United States on June 16, 2016:

I often get inspiration outdoors. Sometimes I decide to remove the terrible mood of society and write something to make everyone feel better about life. Thanks for stopping by. whonu

Shauna L Bowling from Central Florida on June 16, 2016:

I envision you sitting outside, enjoying the day, as inspiration struck you, resulting in this beautiful poem.

whonunuwho (author) from United States on May 30, 2016:

For every action, there is a reaction and we have been making the wrong ones for way too long my friend. Thank you for stopping by. whonu

Deb Hirt on May 30, 2016:

Especially at this time, our earth must be revered. Who knows what our careless will bring tomorrow.

Ann Carr from SW England on May 21, 2016:

Thank you; you too.

whonunuwho (author) from United States on May 21, 2016:

Thank you Ann and hope you have a great weekend. whonu

Ann Carr from SW England on May 21, 2016:

You bring out the best of nature in all your poems. Nature gives us such beauty and shows us the amazing quality of all the elements; your poems reflect these and remind us how wonderful it all is.


Faith Reaper from southern USA on May 20, 2016:

I am always in awe of God's glorious creation and after a long day at work, I do so enjoy the long drive home admiring such lovely sunsets, skies, clouds and all.

Lovely message with beautiful photos as always.


whonunuwho (author) from United States on May 18, 2016:

Thank you my friend, MsDora, and blessings on this fine May day. whonu

Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on May 18, 2016:

Whonu, I especially like the third verse. Your poem is a call to be and do the best we can be and do. Enjoyable!

whonunuwho (author) from United States on May 18, 2016:

Thank you so much for your fond comments and many blessings to you. whonu

Dana Tate from LOS ANGELES on May 18, 2016:

I needed that message. Sometimes I forget to stop and enjoy the moment. Sometimes we forget that tomorrow is not promised to us and every day is a blessing.

whonunuwho (author) from United States on May 17, 2016:

Thank you, my friend and good to hear from you. whonu

Bronwen Scott-Branagan from Victoria, Australia on May 17, 2016:

Just beautiful! We should make the most of every day, look around and enjoy God's wonderful creation and ever-changing skyscape, too.

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