Poetry by Sondra Kay Neiman

Nova Sun

     And then, One Sun, you grew beyond
     The boundaries of your limits.
     Uncontrolled, your flames of rage
     Engulfed the stars in minutes.

     A thousand times intensely glowed
     The powers of your heart.
     With sizzling scars upon the stars
     You burned the Heavens apart.

     The horror changed your mind, of course.
     But once a nova flares
     It dissipates, disperses far --
     The surrounding life it impairs.

     It's cold and lonely out in space
     Without One Sun to warm.
     Yet how naive it feels to pray
     That One Sun be reborn!                      

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The Chameleon Baby Lost Cowboy Blues
Ruminate A Drop of Time Protest
But! Alive the Child! Dragonspell
Primitively Superior Rendezvous Nova Sun
Tender Threads Binky's Pen Tidewaters
An Onomatopoeia Scorpion Fever The Mudball
Freedom's Breath This Hallowed Night The Snake
  Love's labor Sensation

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