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Gaia’s Homecoming


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Gaia’s Homecoming

Her hair is done, Her jewels chosen
All of beauty and renown
Her Ladies hover chamber in
To help Her with Her gorgeous gown

And though, Herself, She might prefer
More leisure to be in,
Her lovely preparations wait
“Just one more moment” to begin

For no one in the family
Available this moment is
To change Her baby Brother
Who chosen has to take a whizz

And then each smiling Sister
Must her own opinion give
On each and every item —
For what else is it to live?

A moment Papa Saturn with,
To hear proper admonishment
On carrying the Evening
Without undue incident

And hold the shrivelled hand
Of Her belov’d Grandmother Moon
Hearkening requests
That She not fly too fast too soon

She sees Her time for gowning
Shorter by each minute grows,
But in Her warm feminine heart
She so securely knows

That if a trifle crooked sit
Her spark’ling Coronet
Because its precious placement to
Her smallest Sister she elect

And finds, as regal She descends
The proverbial stair,
To see our handsome Universe
Nervously standing there,

That She has managed to forget
The powder for Her shiny nose,
Along with what else needful be
Only the Goddess knows

Serene in Her Abundance
Of every Beauty ever been ~
For after all the waiting, this night
She steps forth a Queen!


This poet is physically disabled. Public housing being insufficient to her medical and creative needs, she is presently livingin order to continue workingin her minivan, publishing all of her works using one thumb on the touch screen of her smartphone at an income of a fraction of her nation’s poverty level. She would treasure any donation you might care to offer ~ ● #72D-31S



Published by Ana Daksina

Read worldwide one million times, Ana Daksina is a Troubador of the coming age.

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