Poetry: Man and Mother

July 30, 2010

Upon a moonless April night,
Ursa couple's clear sight,
Facing mirror of social blight,
Cut a figure lesser bright.

Staring into the depressed mirror,
Oblivious to his perception error,
Smaller Major was mega elated,
Baited by his silhoutte inflated.

Smiling through the bulging reflector,
Content and calm the Bigger Minor,
Trusting destiny and the instance,
Meekly accepted diminished semblance.

Dismal shadow from the heavens,
Jaundiced cherubic hearts of humans,
To extol Man as greater mortal,
And his Mother the lesser mortal!


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Poetry: Man and Mother


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