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Georgia Sky

Georgia Sky

A full Yellow moon surrounds me as the night mist rises from the river of the ancients, surreal and lovely, reminiscent of magnolias in July, watermelon afternoons, Friday fish fries and steamy lovers nights like the dew on silky Georgia grass saturating and sustaining life and love; the moon and stars move through the solar system suspending time into a balance of beauty-

In Darkness covering us in mystery, knowledge and intrigue;
hovering over our souls revealing the past, the present and future,
cleansing and transforming us for a new dawn
as the Georgia early morning skies are clothed in indigo and fuchsia, colors move into a continuum of life cycles.

Generations speak from the pines whispering of our struggles, challenges, triumphs and downfalls… As all creation is controlled by its great force,
it takes its course across the skies into the next night which quickly turns to dawn revealing a new day in us, in me in the way we should strive to be…
unmovable yet ever revolving… everlasting… yeah

Written by Stephanie Wanza
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Written on June 15, 2005

Submitted by Flowetri23 on June 21, 2022

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Stephanie Wanza

Stephanie Originally is from Miami, resides in Virginia. She is a counselor, pastor and mom. more…

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