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A Day Of Many Splendors
by B.J. Olvera
Tuesday, October 11, 2005
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The sights, the sounds, and tastes that have touched our senses,
now become only pleasant reminisces.
The sunlight slips into dusk’s late glow, and the day is gone,
Leaving the moon’s protective glow.

A Day Of Many Splendors


The moment is right, at early light
To catch the dawn flower blooming.
When one by one, urged by the sun,
The day’s wonders begin renewing.

The air is clean and fresh, and smells of pine.
In the crisp, clear blue sky, white clouds align.
The animals and critters gather at the stream,
Where they will eat and drink and make themselves clean.

The pines and firs stretch tall above the earth;
Their foliage dense and green provides nestling for new births.
The morning grows into early afternoon,
Where all the wild flowers open wide their blooms.

The busy scurrying of the squirrels is replaced
by restful naps and laziness under the sunburst’s gaze.
The afternoon’s retreat is filled with fun and frolic,
as deer, wild turkeys, raccoons and snakes, all have their own special places they make.

As young mothers teach and prepare their young about the world and its pleasures,
we humans can observe them and know them as treasures.
As the afternoon delights grow dim within late afternoon’s haze,
We turn back out thoughts of earlier, fun-filled days.

The sights, the sounds, and tastes that have touched our senses,
now become only pleasant reminisces.
The sunlight slips into dusk’s late glow, and the day is gone,
Leaving the moon’s protective glow.

Remembering the many sights, smells, and sounds
that day has rendered,
we recall with fond delight,
a day of many splendors our souls have tendered.


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Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 1/3/2006

Spring and Summer's enchantment duly depicted through this
Nature's song titled, "A Day Of Many Splendors".

"A Day Of Many Splendors" is a poetic Flower scented with the
aroma of gratitude.


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
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