handsstarSparkle spot in the night

on the dark sky; telling stories

of battles and heroes of the past,

can be seen shining brightly.



Hercules figure, up you see, left

by the Greek; honoring him for

 a life well live fighting: beast

and tyrant for social peace.



It isn’t Cupid silhouette that you see.

It’s Aphrodite the God of love and beauty

in the sky you see; envy by mortal as well

in the Olympus by the celestial being.



The flickers dot in the firmament are

stars making drawing; in the distant sky.

Glittering constellations representing creatures,

 gods, and goddesses of the Roman passed.



Author; Melito Santos

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