How Small Beneath the Sky

How Small Beneath the Sky
How Small Beneath the Sky

Tiny toy buildings,
fluttering ribbons of roads,
arcs of light that illuminate our night are but pinpoints in the velvet earth below;
How small beneath the sky.

Poem in progress (c) Bernadette E. Kazmarski

Sometimes I like to sit on this ridge with the evening breeze brushing my face as it did with other humans who also sat here thousands of years before me.

A view of Carnegie, PA from my favorite vantage point.

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