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Sonnet of Random Thoughts on Comets

Sonnet of Random Thoughts on Comets Coming right after my first divorce, I took Comet Hale-Bopp’s beautiful sunset show as a good omen— vivid smudge of yellow in the orange twilight. My second naked eye comet was barely noticed and … Continue reading

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Upon seeing Comet NEOWISE

The only way to perceive your beauty with my naked eye is to look nearby— too delicate is your light, too greedy— my desire.   (Last night I was able to see Comet NEOWISE with my unaided eye. Well, just … Continue reading

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Sonnet for a Comet

Sonnet for a Comet With wandering Zeus and Ares guarding my back, I hunt— binoculars scanning distant trees for something even further. Orion won’t help, he’s resting after a busy winter— this prey is elusive and won’t to return, for … Continue reading

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