Poem:  Two World
Photo Credit: Benjamin Voros

Two worlds, like a young child,  

Seeing the universe—beautiful,

As a sunny day: Two world, night and day

Open the sky to rain, drizzle, snow and hail,

Plants, flowers—orchid, hyacinth, lily

That brightens, our day:

The stars at night, are for those

Who appreciate, the season changes

Autumn, Winter, Spring, Summer,

Come what may, especially  the month of May: 

Two worlds — night and day,

Ask the moon in whisper,

“Can you dance and sway?”

Or do you stand still, 

With a smile for love each day.

Empress Journee