I forget precisely when I wrote the first draft of this wee poem, but it is over 10 years old. It needed a little revising.
Scientists probe remotest galaxies;
Sky-gazers gawk at Jupiter and Mars:
I tell you, though, this young black woman's eyes
Could make astronomers forget the stars.
Poetry by Thomas DeFreitas
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Written on 2018-05-29 at 09:48
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