by Walter William Safar
The star cowered
In the impenetrable darkness
and attempted to slide
along the shadowy darkness
of lightless star paths.
Everything was filled of clouds,
which seemed to back off from the light.
Way down,at the entrance of the heavenly arch,
The timed Christmas star shone.
It shone in the intricate darkness
of that early winter’s night.
It timidly slided into the garden of stars,
where a multitude of curious stars shone,
which lit the a kies up into a turqoise splendor.
And in all that splendor,
The Christmas star fearfully flickered…
Then it stopped, retreating into the darkness,
as if it wanted
a clear overview of its fate.
Then it shone again, in the full splendor of its magical being…
Illuminated by the aura of God’s mery,
It shines again
Along the heavenly path
In the intricate darkness
Of that early Christmas night.
Last updated November 27, 2014