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Awed By Her Splendor
(c. 600 BCE / Greece)

Awed By Her Splendor

Poem By Sappho

Awed by her splendor
stars near the lovely
moon cover their own
bright faces
when she
is roundest and lights
earth with her silver

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And this Splendorous beauty is Moon.............
The Beauty compared to the brightest moon; some metaphorical - she is roundest and lights earth with her silver //// greatly penned
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Awed by this splendorous poem with light, earth and silver.
Brief and tasteful.... Well job done! Memory is Golden.


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