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Tony Pitman


Just a star


Oh how I love the sun
Little wonder ancients worshipped him
Never fails in her mission
Lifts my spirit, clears the mind

Such healing power possessed
So gentle the caress
Makes insignificant all hurts bourn
Reminder that life can be good

Of all the blessings nature gifts
None greater than sun's kiss
Such tenderness and care
Comforted child I feel again

"It's just our star", people say
One of millions in the universe
But this star's special to me
Proves love is possible unconditionally

When closed heart is full of sorrow
Offended ego demanding bitterness
The whispering sun puts me back on track
"Let heart return to awareness of love"

Submitted: Thursday, October 04, 2012

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